Motability responds to claims it possesses £2.4 billion of taxpayers' money

Disabled parking spaces at a Sainsburys store in London.
Disabled parking spaces at a Sainsburys store in London.

Motability has responded to a Daily Mail investigation that claimed that it had £2.4 billion of taxpayers' money in reserve, and that its chief executive Mike Betts earns £1.7 million of taxpayer money every year.

The Daily Mail claimed that Betts earned 11 times more money than Prime Minister Theresa May (£142,500) last year. Most of this cash, the paper reports, came from various incentives and bonuses.

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