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  • Employment Law and the Election

    The general election has been announced for July 4th and depending on which party is elected to form the next government, the landscape of employment law and workers’ rights could change. As employers in the travel industry, it is important to understand what changes the main political parties propose to make, specifically to employment law in […]

  • 2024 Spring Budget — Key Announcements

    Recovering UK economy steered towards growth Amidst much anticipation Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered the Government’s Budget ahead of next year’s likely general election. Speculation that the Chancellor would include some significant announcements proved correct. Citing the positive progress the Government has made, the Chancellor announced that the UK economy is beginning to turn a corner […]

  • Travel & General Insurance Services is Back as a Proud Sponsor of Best Work Places in Travel for the Second Year!

    We are delighted to support Best Workplaces in Travel for the second consecutive year. Best Workplaces in Travel is an annual employee engagement survey and awards. Their survey provides top travel companies with critical insight into the key issues and drivers for people working in the travel industry, while their  awards celebrate the best performers […]

  • Risk, Safety and Crisis Management for a Sustainable Travel Industry

    We are excited to be involved as the headline sponsor for Sanderson Phillips and tranquilico.com inaugural seminar: Risk, Safety, and Crisis Management for a Sustainable Travel Industry Seminar” on April 23, 2024. Our Underwriting Director. Tejash Bhagani will be on a panel exploring Financial Risk and the pivotal role of insurance in shaping a resilient travel sector. Clients of t&g can […]

  • Autumn Statement 2023 — Key Announcements

    Risk adverse approach to aid recovering UK economy Under the possibility of a potential election date next year, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his Autumn Statement, a key note achievement of which was the continuing falling rate of inflation based on the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility. Against the background of a seemingly […]