Public sector quadruples spending on terror insurance

Extracts from an article by Rhiannon Bury, business reporter of The Telegraph.

“Public sector organisations have quadrupled the amount of money they spend on insuring against terror attacks over the past year, in a bid to protect against disruption to their services.

Around £56m of contract awards for insurance services that include terror cover were issued in 2017, up from £14m the previous year, according to data company Tussell, which tracks public contracts.”

Read the full article on The Telegraph website.

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