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I’m not sure about this one.

According to all the reports This Writer has seen, the government’s changes to Personal Independence Payment criteria mean thousands upon thousands of people have been losing the Motability cars that allowed them their valuable freedom.

So how is it that Motability’s chief executive is supposed to be pocketing such a vast amount of money every year?

It doesn’t make sense. The organisation should be contracting.

Can anybody shine a light on the reasons for this apparent contradiction?

A company providing taxpayer-funded cars for the disabled is hoarding £2.4 billion – and paying its boss £1.7 million a year.

The cash ‘surplus’ has been run up by Motability, a charitable scheme run by chief executive Mike Betts. Thanks to bonuses, incentives and pension payments, he pocketed 11 times as much as the Prime Minister in 2017, a Daily Mail investigation reveals.

The firm offers a fleet of vehicles to wheelchair users and others in return for part of their State disability allowance.

Source: Revealed: Boss of car scheme for the disabled is on £1.7 million… and YOU pay

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