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Businesses welcome ruling insurers must pay out over pandemic losses

1 month ago   |   By Belfast telegraph

Business owners and representatives here have welcomed a Supreme Court ruling that insurance companies must pay out to small traders for coronavirus-related disruption.
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Businesses delight in Supreme Court ruling but not all will receive insurance payouts

Businesses delight in Supreme Court ruling but not all will receive insurance payouts

1 month ago   |   By Herald Scotland

SMALL businesses have been given a lifeline following a Supreme Court ruling over insurance payouts for Coronavirus.
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