Cyber Crime Officially Becomes UK's Most Common Criminal Offence

By Richard Brown on

Cyber crime—which includes the theft of personal information, online harassment and bullying, and disruption of trade—was recognised as the United Kingdom’s most common criminal offence by the ONS. It can cost businesses, on average, up to £1.46 million. The best way to protect your business from cyber crime is to purchase cyber insurance.

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Christmas & New Year Office Opening Times

By Saffron Insurance on

Here are our Christmas & New Year opening times: Saffron Walden, Haverhill, Royston, Soham and Cromer Thursday 24th - 9am - 1.30pm Friday 25th to Monday 28th - Closed Tuesday 29th to Wednesday 30th - 9am - 5pm Thursday 31st - 9am - 4pm Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd - Closed Sudbury and Ipswich Thursday 24th - 9am - 1.30pm Friday 25th to Sunday 3rd - Closed Saffron Insurance would like to wish you merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

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New look for Saffron Insurance

By David Beswick on

Saffron has changed a lot over the past 60 years and that change continues with our new logo and identity. This isn’t the first time we’ve changed our look and it probably won’t be the last but we think the updated logo is a fitting reflection of all the ways Saffron Insurance works for you across personal, business, life and protection insurance and through to how we handle claims.

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Car Premiums on the Rise

By Paul Walker on

British motorists paid nearly £47 more in the third quarter of 2015 for their comprehensive car insurance premiums than they did this time last year according to a recent report. The 8 per cent rise is the largest motorists have experienced since 2010—bringing the average annual premium for a comprehensive motor policy close to £629. Though this inflation has been gradual over the past year, it is still jarring after three years of declining costs.

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No Smoking in Vehicles with Children

By Paul Walker on

On 1st October, a new law went into force that makes it illegal to smoke in the cab of a car (or other vehicle) with anyone under the age of 18. The law applies to every driver in both England and Wales—even drivers who are 17 years old and those with provisional licences. If pulled over, both the driver and the smoker(s) could be fined £50.

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