Javid vows to reform social care 'quite soon'

By Heather Jameson | 08 July 2021

New health secretary Sajid Javid has promised to bring forward plans for social care reform ‘quite soon’, but failed to commit to an exact timetable.

In one of his first major speeches as secretary for health and social care, he told the Local Government Association (LGA) virtual conference that his first priority was the pandemic.

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