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Free loan cover from Leeds & Holbeck

Leeds & Holbeck is offering free mortgage payment protection insurance on all new mortgages this week.

The insurance is provided by Norwich Union and provides cover for mortgage payments against sickness, accident, unemployment or hospitalisation.

The offer is for £154.14 worth of cover over six months on a 20 year £60,000 capital and interest mortgage at its standard variable rate. The cover is normally available at £5.50 per £100 of mortgage payments.

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