i Penny Mordaunt, Conservative MP

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Middleton's pay 'may hit pounds 10m'

Lloyd's changeover: New chief executive sets out to quell fears in the market

Middleton resigns at critical stage for Lloyd's of London

Insurance loss: Names bemused by departure of man seen as linch- pin in fight to repair battered credibility

BOOKS : FICTION : Peacetime blues

CASTING OFF by Elizabeth Jane Howard, Macmillan pounds 15.99

Double glazing complaints soar

Complaints by the public about double glazing and installation have rocketed by nearly 50 per cent over the last five years and home improvement now accounts for a fifth of all consumer complaints, the Institute of Trading Standards Administration (ITSA) reveals today.

Town relives the night Lindsay, 13, disappeared

IAN MacKINNON

Lloyd's to reveal trust plan to names

Lloyd's of London will today reveal plans for setting up on trust lines the giant reinsurance vehicle it hopes will rescue it from the crushing burden of old loss-making policies. Lloyd's will tell names, whose money will provide the capital for Equitas, that a trust is the best way of getting back to them any eventual profits from the reinsurance venture.

Opera Janacek's Jenufa Opera North, Leeds Jan Smaczny

`As a series of exquisite tableaux, this could hardly be bettered, but without a stronger sense of drama, Jenufa is nothing'

Names to vote 'blind' for rescue package

JOHN EISENHAMMER

LETTER : Housing policy falling down

CHRISTIAN Wolmar, like the housing White Paper itself, ignores one major housing issue.

LETTER : Restoration of the Taj Mahal

From Mr Rajiv Dogra

Breakaway party sours Labour relations

Council that `brought town back from the dead' splits in two amid long-running claims of impropriety. Nicholas Timmins reports

Letter: Cardinal error

From Mr Peter Avis

Air chief quits after renovations row

Air Chief Marshal Sir Sandy Wilson, 53, resigned from the Royal Air Force yesterday after a row over a £380,000 renovation bill for his official residence.

Reconstruction fails

A reconstruction of the movements of Gordon Wardell, the husband of Carol Wardell, the building society manager who was murdered by a gang who abducted her from her home to raid the Woolwich Building Society offices in Nuneaton, failed to produce anything positive, police said.

Husband's ordeal

Gordon Wardell, whose wife Carol, a 38-year-old building society manageress, was kidnapped and killed by robbers three weeks ago, staged a reconstruction of his movements on the night of her death.
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