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&#39LTC is top public priority for Budget&#39

Free long-term healthcare is the top issue the public wants addressed in this year&#39s Budget according to research from RJ Temple.

Sixty per cent of those surveyed said free long term care for old people was the top priority, with removal of tuition fees for students second on 37 per cent.

Compulsion on pensions was supported by 17 per cent of the sample of 590 people across the UK.

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