Admiral to keep referral fees

Henry Engelhardt Admiral

In an article in the Daily Telegraph Mr Engelhardt also blamed the previous Labour government for the situation having abolished legal aid for personal injury law cases in 2000 and added that if the current government wanted it could make such fees illegal.

"Let them change the law," he said. "We are not doing anything illegal and we are not doing anything immoral."

According to the article, in 2010 £142m, 52% of Admiral's 2010 UK car insurance profits, came from ancillary sales which included

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