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Treasury written question – answered on 10th February 2020.

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Photo of Gregory Campbell Gregory Campbell Shadow DUP Spokesperson (International Development), Shadow DUP Spokesperson (Cabinet Office)

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what progress the Financial Conduct Authority has made in directing consumers with pre-existing and historical medical conditions to the most appropriate insurance providers.

Photo of John Glen John Glen Minister of State (Treasury) (City), The Economic Secretary to the Treasury

On 5 February, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published new rules and guidance to improve access to travel insurance for all consumers with medical conditions.

Included within the FCA’s rules is a requirement for firms to signpost consumers to specialist providers if they are declined cover, offered cover with an exclusion, or charged a significantly higher premium based on their medical condition.

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