Borough Market trader calls for terror attack support

Borough Market trader calls for terror attack support
 

A trader says he has been "left in the gutter" by insurers and the government after the London Bridge terror attack.
Fred Foster, a fruit and vegetable wholesaler at Borough Market, lost almost £100,000 in business when police cordoned off the market for 10 days.
His insurers Aviva said it has paid out £150,000 to customers but Mr Foster did not have the relevant cover.
Ministers have conceded the current insurance model was outdated and should be revised to help businesses.
Mr Foster's claim for lost trade was turned down by Aviva because he had insurance cover for business... read more

 
8 December 2017 in Regional, Views: 104
Source: BBC
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