Rain-hit cricket World Cup may cost insurers millions-industry sources
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 LONDON (Reuters) - Lost revenues from a record number of rain-hit cricket World Cup games in England and Wales may result in insurance claims of a few million pounds for each abandoned fixture, insurance sources say.
Prime Minister Theresa May with England cricket captain Eoin Morgan and members of the team with the trophy outside Downing Street, ahead of a reception to celebrate England's victory in the ICC World..
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