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The sixth anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing, in which 22 people lost their lives, coincided with the publication of new draft UK legislation – “Martyn’s Law” – which would impose a legal duty on those responsible for public spaces to assess the risks of terrorist attack and to take steps to mitigate the risk and potential harm to the public.
Following the publication, Alistair Kinley, Head of Policy Development, spoke to Commercial Risk Europe about the requirements of the draft bill, the impact for those responsible for terrorism risk assessments if enacted, and the potential next steps for the legislation.