Finance (No. 2) Bill
Jeremy Wright (Rugby and Kenilworth, Conservative)
I should be delighted to discuss the hon. Lady’s analogies all afternoon, but I do not think that I should do so. I am making a straightforward argument that she well understands. Her analogy was flawed because intervening in the process is the judgment of those who know the individual well. That is what should happen in the circumstances that we are discussing; that is what has been happening. The Government argue that the age should change. They have not made their case on that. The trusts are made for good reasons by people who know the individuals concerned very well.