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Nationwide payment protection changes

The new premiums, which will come into effect from today, include the following.

Twelve months&#39 cover: accident, sickness and unemployment £5.39; unemployment £3.66; accident and sickness £2.79.

Twenty-four months&#39 cover: accident, sickness and unemployment £6.47; unemployment £4.54; accident and sickness £3.57.

Nationwide&#39s mortgage payment protection insurance can cover consumers&#39 mortgage and other household bills should they have an accident, fall ill or lose their jobs.

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