One insurer facing legal action has begun making business interruption cover payments

The Restaurants Association says it's a vital lifeline for up to 40 of its customers - and has called on its competitors to follow suit for over 600 others. 

Yesterday the governor of the Central Bank told an industry conference "any continuing failure" by insurers to "do the right thing" would be met by enforcement action.

But Restaurants Association boss Adrian Cummins says the regulator's left them to fend for themselves - and legal action could begin early next week: 

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