An overview of how business interruption insurance policies have been interpreted in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
This briefing paper is out of date and has been withdrawn. It has been replaced by two seperate briefing papers, namely:
(i) “Prohibition of tobacco displays”, (CBP 5537) dated 3 May 2017.
(ii) “Prohibition of tobacco vending machines” (CBP 5536) dated 8 May 2017.
This Commons briefing paper outlines the current regulation of the secondary ticketing market. It also considers recent initiatives to tighten regulation of this sector.
Social prescribing is a means for GPs and other healthcare professionals to refer patients to non-clinical services in the local community. Such services can include arts or nature-based activities, physical activity classes and counselling. Evaluations of existing social prescribing schemes have reported positive impacts on people’s mental health and wellbeing and a reduction in demand on health services.