Meet John Tonkiss: The McCarthy & Stone boss trying to put a new spin on retirement homes

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John Tonkiss, the chief executive of retirement housebuilder McCarthy & Stone, might soon find his weeks consisting of bingo, Chinese takeaway nights and chair yoga. That's if his wife gets her way.
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