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Cameron pledges action to cut car whiplash claims

17 February 2012

 As reported by the BBC and others, David Cameron has said he will work with car insurers to reduce claims for whiplash and cut the cost of premiums.

The prime minister said he wanted to stop "trivial claims" as he held talks at Downing Street with insurance, consumer and business groups.

Number 10 said insurers had promised to pass any savings on to consumers in return for government action.

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