The Welsh Secretary David Jones was one of many politicians turning the spotlight onto the insurance industry today. The focus is on what's being done to make sure insurance companies are paying out, but also ensuring people in high-risk homes are able to get affordable policies in the first place.
He told our Political Editor Adrian Masters that it's time to 'knock heads together' in the industry.
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