Biba calls on insurers to cover terrorism

The British Insurance Brokers' Association (Biba) has called on more insurers to cover terrorism as a matter of course in insurance policies, while also warning travellers to check their policies. Technical services manager Graeme Trudgill said: "Other distribution channels - including travel agents, tour operators and direct insurers - frequently have a terrorism exclusion, meaning that travellers' policies provide no help in a terrorist event. Terrorist attacks are a threat, and we want to see

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