ABI looks to ease care burden

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has called for the private market for care insurance to be broadened, in order for more insurers to provide long-term care schemes.

Stephen Haddrill, ABI director-general, made the recommendation in response to the Smith Institute Report, a collection of essays that address the issues the government needs to consider in both the delivery and funding of long-term care.

Mr Haddrill said that the insurance industry could play a significant role in helping to

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