Treasury shreds Equitable Life victims' details

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The Treasury has admitted destroying a disc which contained the details of 350,000 Equitable Life victims' names and addresses.

Officials admitted the mistake at a Public Accounts Committee inquiry into the failed insurance company yesterday, the Telegraph reports. However, officials also defended their efforts to trace and...

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