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Is Notre Dame Insured?

A cultural icon of France and, perhaps surprisingly, visited by more tourists than the Eiffel Tower, the Notre-Dame cathedral is a place of spiritual wellbeing as much as it is of Catholicism. Due to the brave and quick-witted actions of firefighters, the structure has fortunately been saved, and a restoration project has been assured by […]

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Underinsured Contents

The figures were reported by the Association of British Insurers (ABI), who also pointed out that the average UK household contained contents worth around £35,000, more than the average UK annual wage of £27,000. There are around 22.6 million homes in the UK and roughly 5 million of those are not insured, a worrying statistic. […]

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Speed Limiting Technology

It looks like Britain’s roads are set to slow down in upcoming years thanks to a new EU ruling meaning that all new cars sold from 2022 onwards need to be fitted with speed-limiting technology, designed to automatically ensure the driver sticks to the speed limit. The ruling has only been provisionally agreed at present and […]

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Data behind cyber attacks

Cyber-attacks are a widescale problem, affecting both businesses and individuals across the globe. They can have a hugely detrimental impact on both the reputation and running of your business with data breaches potentially resulting in legal battles and negative press. Revealing statistics from Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) show how cyber-attacks have developed […]

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Motor Insurers Bureau

You’d be forgiven for immediately recalling Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones when you hear the acronym ‘MIB’. The reality is that it’s the actual MIB, the Motor Insurers’ Bureau, that gets through the dirty work to help keep our roads clean and our claims quick. Whether you have heard of the MIB or not, […]

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New electrical safety laws

Following on from the government’s initiative to improve standards in the rental sector, tough new rules for electrical inspections have been introduced. These are intended to offer greater protection for tenants in private rented accommodation. These rules serve to ensure that landlords arrange electrical inspections that are conducted by competent and fully qualified inspectors, with […]

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European union flags and green card

In the event of no-deal Brexit on 29 March, UK motorists planning on driving in Europe will need a Green Card. Use our handy guide to ensure you’re well in the know. What is the Green Card and why do I need it? The Green Card is an internationally accepted document which proves that you […]

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my insurance covers it

Whilst insurance can be a great extra layer of protection for your personal assets, pets and trips, it’s still important to ensure that you’re aware of the terms and conditions and more importantly, the exclusions of your policy. We take a look at some things that could invalidate your personal insurance, do you do any […]

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Pass your driving test first time

There’s no freedom quite like the freedom to drive wherever you want to go, whenever you want. Both the theory element and the practical assessment can be tricky to get right first time, and learner drivers need all the help they can get, along with a little bit of good fortune. Passing quickly not only […]

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Whether you’ve been trying to sell your house for a while or you want a quick sale in a fast-moving market, there are no end of helpful tips and tricks for trying to sell a property. As Property Insurance experts, we have rounded up 10 of the best… Choose the right estate agent It can […]

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