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Pensioners who own properties without mortgages should draw down money to fund social care - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukPensioners who own properties without mortgages should draw down money to fund social careTelegraph.co.ukPensioners who own properties without mortgages should draw down money to fund social care. Damian Green, the ... Those who are unemployed or still have substantial mortgages on their properties would have their fee met by the taxpayer. Mr Green said ...16-05-2018

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Pensioners who own properties without mortgages should draw down money to fund social care
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Pensioners who own properties without mortgages should draw down money to fund social care. Damian Green, the ... Those who are unemployed or still have substantial mortgages on their properties would have their fee met by the taxpayer. Mr Green said ...

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