General Election

Martyn’s Law included in King’s Speech

Legislation to boost public venues’ resilience to terrorist attacks, known as Martyn’s Law, has been confirmed as part of the government’s agenda for the current parliamentary session in the King’s Speech.

What a Labour victory means for insurance

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…

Hannah Gurga, Association of British Insurers

Hannah Gurga, director general of the Association of British Insurers, maintains her 18th position on the Insurance Post’s Power List thanks to her efforts to prove the industry’s worth to whoever will occupy 10 Downing Street later this year.

Is the home insurance market set for a reckoning?

Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes warns home insurers to brace themselves to be the next target of policyholders’ wrath as moaning motorists are replaced by angry-looking property owners on national newspapers’ personal finance pages.

Aviva to continue pricing ‘ahead of inflation’

Jane Poole, Aviva’s chief financial officer for UK & Ireland General Insurance, has said the insurer will still price ahead of inflation moving forward, after seeing "early signs" of the motor market softening.

Claims and Legal Review of the Year 2023

Looking back at 2023, law firms and claims professionals reflect on how double digit inflation hit the sector and look forward to artificial intelligence speeding-up administration in 2024.

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