Would a state-owned motor insurer help ongoing policyholder woes?


Content Director’s View: With the political parties preparing for the next general election, Jonathan Swift mulls whether Labour Shadow Transport Secretary Louise Haigh’s promise to go on the offensive over the costs of motoring may have unintended consequences.

Speaking to a delegate at sister title Insurance Age’s UK Broker Summit last week about the next general election, they noted that a Labour victory was already on their risk register for 2024. In the

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