Britons more worried about money and health than Brexit and terrorism

Adam Saville
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Britons more worried about money and health than Brexit and terrorism

Despite public confidence in protection, most people would rely on support from partners and savings to survive if needed

Three quarters of people believe they are in control of their finances, however money and health are the UK's biggest concerns over international politics, new research from Protection Review's The Syndicate has revealed. According to the report, 45% of the 1000 protection holders and 1003 non-holders surveyed (November 2017) said they took an interest in their finances, didn't postpone financial decisions and didn't find financial matters confusing, while 68% said they were good at managing their...

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