Elderly in new campaign of civil disobedience

By Dan Peters | 28 January 2021

Up to two million older people in the UK denied the social care support they need could refuse to pay their council tax in protest.

Silver Voices, a campaign organisation for the over-60s, said it would back any older person withholding their council tax payments if their care needs have not been met by their local authority as part of a new campaign of civil disobedience.

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