SNP pledges to scrap LISA and keep triple lock

'Could disincentivise other forms of retirement savings'

Hannah Godfrey
Nicola Sturgeon calls for scrapping of 'Tory gimmick' LISA

Nicola Sturgeon calls for scrapping of 'Tory gimmick' LISA

The Scottish National Party (SNP) has pledged to scrap the lifetime ISA (LISA) and maintain the triple lock in its 2017 General Election manifesto.

The party described the LISA, which has only been available for purchase since April, as a "Tory gimmick" and argued it could "disincentivise other forms of retirement savings that offer a greater return"....

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