Michael Winner"s widow left with no money after his assets were frozen within "five minutes" of his death

Michael Winner's widow left with no money after his assets were frozen within 'five minutes' of his death Geraldine Winner said that she has been left with no money since JanuaryHis assets were frozen within 'five minutes' of his deathThe sale of his 60million Kensington mansion has also been put on hold By Jaymi Mccann PUBLISHED: 02:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:38 GMT, 24 March 2013 Michael Winner's widow has revealed that she has been left penniless after his assets were frozen immediately after his death. Geraldine Winner has not been able to draw money from the film-director's accounts since his death two months ago as they were all in his name. She told the Sunday Times: 'You know, the bank accounts were frozen

Middle class care bill fiasco: PM backed 35,000 cap on fees – now elderly face paying double

Middle class care bill fiasco: PM backed 35,000 cap on fees… now elderly couples face paying as much as 150,000Couples could face 150,000 care bill under new plansCameron initially backed 35,000 contribution cap, now it could be 75,000Older people face selling their homes to cover costs | UPDATED: 02:44 GMT, 26 December 2012 Support: Prime Minister David Cameron initially backed setting the contribution cap for people who need residential care at 35,000

How one in every ten households is worth at least 1m: Property and pension pots push wealth higher

How one in every ten households is worth at least 1m: Property and pension pots push wealth higher Most millionaire households are in the Home CountiesRichest 10 per cent of homes each have assets ‘greater than 967,000But one in every two families have almost nothing, with few assets and little chance of a comfortable retirement as a result | UPDATED: 23:04 GMT, 3 December 2012 One in ten families are millionaires if they include assets such as their homes and their pension pots, official figures revealed yesterday. The figures, from the Office for National Statistics, show the huge wealth of the top 10 per cent in this country at a time when millions are struggling to get by. They also reveal the extent of the North-South divide, with the highest concentration of millionaire households in the Home Counties.