There’s a back story with the first wife making off with his EBT (of course it’s anyones guess why he would have signed it over to her.....).
Then, and I genuinely don’t want to be snide about such a horrible condition, but I wonder if his current hospice treatments are state or private?
He is in St Andrews Hospice, Airdrie, which is a unit of the Catholic "Sisters of Charity" nuns.
it used to be their own association, but is now formally listed as a charity - which I think means they will receive gift-aid from the state, for donations they receive which are eligible.
My mother did volunteer work there.
They also run St Margarets Hospice in Clydebank, which is the oldest and largest hospice in Scotland. My (non-Catholic) father in law died in there.
Like most non-traditional Catholic outfits, the "Sisters of Charity" are absolutely tanking in the west. Only when tradition is embraced, do we realise success.
I think its wild that his family live abroad on luxury, leaving an ex-hun player in the care of the Catholic Church. Wild, but not surprising. Wild, but still FFS.
"When you're the only sane person, you look like the only insane person."
- Criss Jami, "Diotima, Battery, Electric Personality"