How will government square the social care charging reforms circle?

By Caroline Abrahams | 06 April 2022

Geeks like me certainly noticed when Boris Johnson said he would ‘fix the crisis in social care’ in July 2019.

We had to wait a long time to find out what this really meant, but eventually in September 2021 the Prime Minister announced the introduction of a ‘cap’ on catastrophic care costs from Autumn 2023, modelled broadly on the recommendations of Sir Andrew Dilnot’s 2010 Commission.

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