A Remembrance Day parade has been cancelled for the first time in 50 years – because of health and safety insurance costs.
The annual march in Caerleon, near Newport, South Wales was scrapped when organisers were quoted £700 to insure the event.
That looks to me like something that can be solved by Burke’s little platoons.
Because an insurance company (or some variation of, perhaps a consortium) that offers to write such insurance on highly concessionary terms would rather clean up in terms of public image. So, anyone actually know this business? Willing to walk me through it?