As a commenter on the excellent Vox Political site observed yesterday, the Tories ‘dementia tax’ proposals to force elderly people to pay for all their care from the value of their estate – and the empowering of insurance companies to force the sale of their house after they die (or one of them dies) – represents a huge opportunity for enrichment to the people and companies involved in that transaction.
Including Theresa May’s husband and, therefore, May herself.
Mr and Mrs May – laughing all the way to the dementia-tax bank?
As the commenter pointed out,
This fast-growing [equity release] market is dominated by Legal and General in the UK (29pc market share), of which a major shareholder is Capital Group, of which a key UK executive is Philip May, husband of Theresa May.
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