ITIJ Top stories: 12 October 2018

UK travellers have expressed concerns about the impact of a ‘no deal’ Brexit on European travel, with 71.1 per cent saying they are worried about this; Generali has launched a new startup company, GeneraliCyberSecurTech, offering cyber security solutions; a man has died after being infected by brain-eating amoeba during a visit to a surfing resort in Texas, US; travel insurer Cover-More has inked a five-year partnership with travel agency Express Travel Group, under which ETG will sell Cover-More travel policies via its agencies; and a major survey of British winter sports travellers has found that up to 50 per cent of this demographic do not declare pre-existing medical conditions to their insurer because of cost concerns.

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Brits reluctant to declare conditions

Cover-More partners with Express Travel

Brain-eating amoeba closes surf resort

Generali launches cyber security venture

UK travellers concerned about ‘no deal’