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    • SusanBAva
    • By SusanBAva 13th Jan 18, 7:45 AM
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    Holiday insurance for kids
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    Holiday insurance for kids 13th Jan 18 at 7:45 AM
    I am a 59 year old woman who usually takes out annual holiday insurance for myself and declare an old pre existing condition. i am taking my 9 year old granddaughter on a trip to Spain this Easter. whats the best way to insure her
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    With an insurance policy, I expect.
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