Insurance gets political


We’re close the snap General Election and, while this has meant that a number of important policy initiatives and draft legislation that affect the insurance industry have been delayed, this does not mean they have gone away.  

The case for the urgency of these vital reforms was made to the last Government and I am determined that a new Parliament with a new mandate will give us a fresh opportunity to see them through onto the statute book and implemented.  That’s why

I’ve decided

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