Danny Walkinshaw rounds up the latest insurance stories online

Even last week’s general election could not take the gloss off the mass of Quinn Insurance stories hitting insurancetimes.co.uk’s breaking news section.

Quinn’s announcement of plans to dispose of its insurance business was the story that got the most clicks on our website over the past seven days.

It was one of many Quinn headlines that landed in the inboxes of online subscribers. Our gallery of photos from our recent Insurance Times Claims Clinic event was another big attraction.

Elsewhere across the web, the massive oil spill off the coast of America was a widely read news item, which meant our story detailing the insurance sector’s exposure to the crisis also crept into the top 10 this week.

Closer to home, the Biba conference is now firmly on the horizon, so don’t forget to track all the latest news and reaction from the event on insurancetimes.co.uk.

For the first time, we’re also giving you the option to watch highlights on your 3G mobile phone. Our twice-daily video updates will include delegate interviews as well as a round-up of all the latest conference news. And there will be details of a competition.

So, whether you’re at the ExCeL in London or not, you can get a taste of the conference either in the palm of your hand or by watching it on our website.

And if you are at the conference and want to get something off your chest, please come to our stand, where you can share it with our mystery blogger Sid and record a short video clip.

In the meantime, check out our ‘London Calling’ blogs by the Biba team as they get ready for the annual broker shindig.

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Quinn's UK motor return hit by pricing restrictions

Quinn Insurance job cuts explained

Quinn Insurance confirms 900 job cuts

BP spill to cost insurers $1.5bn