Opposition leader William Hague has revealed plans to cap the contributions people would be expected to pay towards long-term care at around £25,000-£30,000.Speaking on a visit to a care home, he said he wanted to set up a long-term care fund from a person's savings, a lump-sum payment from a pension or contributions from their families.'If this fund, established in advance of needing care, was enough to cover the average cost of long-term care - which is likely to cost in the region of £25,000 to £30,000 - then the state should not seize people's assets if the actual cost turns out to be more.'