Just as we thought, Minns strategy to vastly inflate the amount of flood damaged home (remember when it reached 17,000 homes? It actually settled around under 7,000) is finally blowing up in his face and hammering hard-working Hull families.
Sharon Holland’s home in West Hull wasn’t even flooded but now she’s received a letter from her insurers to say her monthly permium is going to be doubled from
from £26.53 to £50.76. That’s an extra £290 a year.
All this in spite of the assurance from the Association of British Insurers
that unaffected households that did not make a claim wouldn’t see any change in the cost of their annual premium.
Minns announced that council tax-paying residents whose homes were flooded in June would receive a cheque to the value of 25 per cent of their annual council tax bill.
It’s tempting to say this rebate should also be extended to those like Sharon whose homes weren’t flooded but are paying the price thanks to the Fib Dems incompetence. But I have a better idea.
Sharon – keep paying your £26.53 and tell your insurers to invoice Minns for the rest. I’ll make it easy – Flat 2, 66 Spring Bank, Kingston upon Hull, HU3 1AB.
And make the him pay the post!