Which of these sums represents the contribution to the UK’s gross domestic product made by the key classes of business written in the London market each year?
A: £29 bn
B: £10 bn
C: £15 bn
D: £50 bn
A: The key classes of business written in the London market contribute around £29 billion to the UK’s gross domestic product, which accounts for net worldwide premiums of £187 billion.
A: At review premiums can rise, fall or stay the same.
According to Department for Transport figures, what percentage of young drivers can expect to have an accident within 12 months of passing their driving test?
B: DfT figures suggest there are around 1,700 road deaths per annum, with drivers aged 17-25 accounting for only 12% of drivers but 25% of road deaths.
a: Because it allows them to commence a recovery action at an earlier stage b: Because it allows them to peruse a recovery in their own name