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Public Liability Insurance website urges organisers of Halloween parties and events to pay attention to their public liability cover in order to avoid any scary financial accidents.

Whilst it has taken the United Kingdom a few decades to start catching up with its American cousins, Halloween celebrations continue to increase in popularity and volume.

Many of the organised parties due to be held on or around 31 October are arranged on behalf of children, by parents and guardians, teachers, local community groups, and professional event organisers.

Figures provided by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) reflect that the spooky tomfoolery for which children’s Halloween parties are intended can take on a rather more sinister significance in...

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