The fire has prompted the question as to whether sprinklers should be made compulsory for all flats, regardless of height
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The construction market is caught up in a dilemma over Approved Inspectors who oversee projects now finding it increasingly difficult to actually get the insurance they need to operate, Insurance Times investigates
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Boris Johnson has been described as a ‘consumer champion’ by some, so what will this mean for the insurance industry
The Munich Re-backed MGA looks to grow its broker book to grow the business “by 40% in the next two years.”
Copart’s UK MD says a global client base is essential for sustainability and opportunity beyond 31 October, and how it can benefit its insurer and broker partners
Based on results for 2018, some of the major motor insurers look to be hit with a multi-million pound blow as the rate remains in the negative
Five of the biggest fire protection risks include lack of sprinklers, building combustibility and modern construction methods, fire detection, arson, as well as housekeeping and smoking controls
The insurer is working with the Metropolitan Thames Valley Association to ensure residents receive needed support
The government is seeking feedback from its modern industrial strategy consultation by 11 October in includes proposals for flexible working and urges employers to be more transparent about parental leave
Two other members of staff were also given internal sanctions