NEW ARTICLES!

 

 Covernotes - Summer 2013

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 Insurance Matters - Summer 2013

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Insurance Matters A/W 2012

Insurance Matters A/W 2012

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Covernotes Winter 2012

Covernotes Winter 2012

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Market Overview and Outlook 2013

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Market Overview and Outlook 2013

 


Covernotes Summer 2012

Covernotes Summer 2012

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Inside this issue: That sinking feeling, Stress in the work place, Motor Fleet claims tips, Getting upto speed, Cyber crime and

Fee For Intervention (FFI)

 


Insurance Matters: Spring and Summer 2012

 

Insurance Matters - Spring/Summer 2012

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Inside this issue: Olym-Pick Pocketers, La con duite en France, Ensure your day goes without a hitch!, Changes to driving licence rules in Great Britain and Home Security.

 


Covernotes Spring 2012

Covernotes Spring - 2012

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Inside this issue: 2012 Corporate Hospitality, Credit Insurance, Directors' Risks, Product Recall, Motor Fleet and Plant & Farm Theft


Winter weather precautions!


Winter can bring with it troublesome times for people, no matter if you are a homeowner, tenant (private or commercial property) or a business who operates all year round.

Have a look at our hints and tips to make sure your Winter is not spoilt by the damage it can bring.

 

Household/Residential Property Owners or Commercial Policies


Terrorism


Please click here for the latest information from the Home Office

If you are unsure above the cover provided by your policy for this risk please contact us for clarification


Corner Cutting Fears


Whilst many businesses need to control costs to survive, this year there is real concern that organisations will also cut corners, leading to an unsafe working environment.

 

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Motoring your way out of the recession

 

Managing work-related vehicle risks can be of great benefit to yourbusiness and can help you save money. We examine the changing nature of motor fleet risks and how the recession may impact on them, with tips on how to best manage the risks:

 

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12:13 am (22 hours ago)
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12:13 am (22 hours ago)
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Yesterday, 5:27 pm
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Yesterday, 2:43 pm
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6:19 pm (4 hours ago)
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10:09 am (12 hours ago)
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1:49 am (21 hours ago)
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9:54 am (13 hours ago)
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1:12 pm (9 hours ago)
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3:16 pm (7 hours ago)
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7:38 pm (3 hours ago)
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3:56 pm (7 hours ago)
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4:54 pm (6 hours ago)
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9:34 pm (an hour ago)
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10:09 pm (29 minutes ago)
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6:56 am (16 hours ago)
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8:42 pm (an hour ago)
Scotland's women beat Denmark in the bronze medal game at the European Curling Championships.
9:35 pm (an hour ago)
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2:39 pm (8 hours ago)
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12:14 pm (10 hours ago)
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5:10 pm (5 hours ago)
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10:17 am (12 hours ago)
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Yesterday, 11:07 am
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1:14 pm (9 hours ago)
Schools in England must ensure pupils have respect and tolerance for all faiths, races and cultures, says new government guidance on British values.
Wednesday, 12:07 am
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3:42 pm (7 hours ago)
Sony has developed a watch made from e-paper as part of an initiative to experiment with the use of the material for fashion products.
2:25 am (20 hours ago)
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10:44 am (12 hours ago)
The "wonder material" graphene could be used to make bulletproof armour, new research suggests.
8:15 am (14 hours ago)
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11:42 am (11 hours ago)
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9:12 pm (an hour ago)
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12:37 pm (10 hours ago)
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Thailand's parliament votes to ban commercial surrogacy following international outrage over the largely unregulated trade.
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1:48 pm (9 hours ago)
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Yesterday, 10:28 pm
Mexico's president announces plans for a massive overhaul of police, in the wake of the disappearance of 43 students in September.
7:01 pm (4 hours ago)
A gunman who attacked downtown buildings and the Mexican Consulate in Austin, Texas, before being shot may have had political reasons, say police.
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At least two demonstrators die in Egypt as Islamist anti-government protesters clash with police in Cairo.
1:04 pm (10 hours ago)
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9:05 pm (an hour ago)
NFL running-back Ray Rice can play again after winning his appeal against an indefinite ban issued for hitting his wife.
6:52 pm (4 hours ago)
Black Friday is less intense this year in the US after many stores opened earlier on Thursday.
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Tuesday, 12:34 pm
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Wednesday, 4:06 pm
MPs take evidence on flood risk management.
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Gordon Ramsay is asking a judge to declare a rental agreement not binding, saying his father-in-law, Christopher Hutcheson, forged his signature in a £640,000 rental guarantee.
7:03 am (16 hours ago)
A huge clean-up operation is under way in the Australian city of Brisbane after it was hit by its worst storm in three decades.
11:20 am (11 hours ago)
The Prime Minster has to pause while delivering a speech at a factory in the West Midlands as an alarm was sounding.
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A Siberian tiger, released into the wild by Russian President Vladimir Putin, has apparently been killing animals on a Chinese farm.
4:57 pm (6 hours ago)
Footage of shoppers scrambling to get their hand on discounted merchandise that has been emerging from across the UK.
8:20 am (14 hours ago)
Seven mental health patients have killed themselves in England since 2012 after being told there were no hospital beds for them, the BBC has learned.
10:53 am (12 hours ago)
An investigation into the rape trial of an Aussie rules footballer has been awarded Britain's leading sports book prize.
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