Brexit: Travel, Safety & Terrorism

As you may have heard(!) there’s a draft Brexit deal on the table (585 pages) and as expected, it’s the subject of all sorts of debate. We definitely don’t want to argue or take sides, but we’ve been keeping a close watch on d[…]

Terrorism In Australia: What You Need To Know

The stabbing of three people in Melbourne – one of whom died from his wounds – has been ruled an act of terrorism by local authorities. The 30-year-old attacker, who was shot dead by police at the scene, was known to law enforcement. He i[…]

Are Christmas Markets Safer This Year?

Christmas is just around the corner – crazy, we know! – and of course, security is on everyone’s mind. The popularity of short City Breaks is still soaring and Christmas markets are a great opportunity to visit a city, whether that&[…]

Increased Terrorism Threat Level: Netherlands

A stabbing at Amsterdam’s central station on 31 August was considered unusual or unexpected by many, as there have previously been far fewer incidents in the Netherlands than in nearby Belgium, France and Germany. This was followed, however, by[…]

European Travel Insurance Conference

Our Managing Director, Kate Huet, was keynote speaker at the European Travel Insurance Conference held in Vienna on 4-5 September. She shared her insights from this gathering of key industry players: With attendees from all over Europe, spanning fro[…]

How Afghanistan Can Affect Us

Conflict in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq is often in the news headlines. Most people are aware of the awful losses being suffered, but assume that it as it’s so far away, it won’t affect our day-to-day lives. But it can affect us, because […]

Anti-Terrorism Spend Continues To Increase

It was reported earlier in August that Birmingham police headquarters had a plan in place for new anti-terrorism protection with a budget of £700,000. Although news reports involving terrorism in the UK reflect a lot more arrests lately, govern[…]

Celebrate Safety At Carnivals & Festivals

On Sunday 12 August, shots were fired after the Manchester Caribbean Carnival, injuring 10 people. It is not yet known what the motive was, but this shows once again the importance of taking extra precautions at large events such as concerts, carniva[…]

Toronto Shooting: What Can We Do?

A fun, relaxed evening out turned into terror for hundreds of people in Toronto, Canada on Sunday 22 July when a gunman opened fire outside a restaurant in the busy Greektown district, killing one person and injuring 13 before he was killed in a shoo[…]

Truck Attack Victims Share £33m Compensation

Two years after the Nice truck attack, more than 2000 victims have received compensation of just £33 million. This may sound like a large sum at first, but it equates to just under £15,500 per person on average. Nobody wants to put a mone[…]

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    From £5.17* per person

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    From £15.66 per person

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    • Available for singles, couples and families and with no maximum age limit and no medical screening requirements.
    • For Business and Leisure travellers.
    • For UK, Channel Island and Isle of Man residents when travelling in the UK and abroad, when you have booked and pre-paid flights or accommodation.
    • Safe Journey covers up to £2000 per person for travel arrangements, if where you are staying is affected by terrorism and you want to return home.
    • Travel delays caused by acts of terrorism are covered.
    • Personal possessions including money and passports are protected whilst you travel against damage or loss as a result of acts of terrorism.
    • 24 hour (UK based) emergency assistance to help you after an act of terrorism.
    • Maximum excess per claim £100
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