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“I don&#39t know but it still does not leave much room for advice. If they do not raise the cap, it will make it very hard for these products to be sold.”

Martin Gale, Martin Gale

“I think they will eventually – the market has been saying they should for a while.”

David Rigby, Beresford Insurance Brokers

“Yes, I think it probably will. Without a doubt, this cap will be brought in for all the products.”

Steven Thorpe, Cave & Sons

“I don&#39t know. I think the politicians have made their own decisions and they believe they need to set a price cap no matter what the industry thinks.”

Michael Ellesmere, Central Independent Advisers

“Yes, there is a reasonable chance that they will bring it in for all the Sandler products.”

David Bray, Chamberlain Associates

“Yes it is certainly hopeful. The reality is that 1 per cent really has not worked. It is abysmal that the lower paid are those who have been excluded. The 1.5 per cent gives leeway for advice to be funded.”

Robert Graham, Robert Graham & Co

“Yes. I think it is likely if the lobbying is vociferous enough and I hope it will be.”

Roy Davenport,HD Financial Services

“I would like to think so but it is pretty unknown. It would be good if they did.”

Mark Glasgow, Glasgow & Co

Yes – 62%

Maybe – 38%

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