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That this House expresses its profound disappointment at the Government's decision to repeal the regulation requiring employers' liability compulsory insurance policies to be retained for 40 years; notes that there is no reliable mechanism for ensuring the preservation of insurance policies if a company ceases trading; is deeply concerned at the impact that this will have on workers suffering from industrial diseases such as mesothelioma who will be unable to obtain legally awarded damages in the future because they will not be able to trace their employers' liability insurance policies; and calls on the Government to establish a central electronic database for the compulsory recording of all employers' liability insurance policies before the repeal of regulation 4(4) of the Employers' Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Regulations 1998.
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