Businesses unprepared for incoming anti-terrorism law

Hooded Lone wolf Man wearing black carrying bag in urban underground public transport setting

Over three quarters of businesses aren’t confident that they will be able to comply with new anti-terrorism requirements, according to research by Gallagher.

Martyn’s Law, officially the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill, is expected to be put before parliament and pass into law later this year.

A draft of the bill was published last spring and

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