Cover for damage caused by social unrest faces uncertain future

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Cover that UK businesses currently take for granted is increasingly being hived off into the political violence insurance market, a report published by Airmic has highlighted.

The report, entitled Political risk in 2024: The year of elections, focuses on developments in the political violence market in recent years in the context of a huge number of elections – many of them

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