What a Labour victory means for insurance

James Daley

James Daley, managing director of the research and consultancy group Fairer Finance, reveals who should fear the approach of a new Labour administration and what companies could thrive if the Conservative Party are ousted at the general election on 4 July.

If the polls and bookies are to be believed, we’re now just a few weeks away from the UK’s first Labour government for 14 years. But what will that mean for the UK insurance industry?

Historically, the

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