Equitable Life victims will be met with a more flexible approach to their compensation claims, a report from Sir John Chadwick says.
Chadwick, a former appeal court judge, was appointed in January to assess the losses of the 1.5 million people affected by the near collapse of the life company 2001. His appointment followed a report...
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