Social care ‘unfinished business’ for Tories

By Martin Ford | 29 April 2021

Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said reform of the adult social care system is regarded as ‘unfinished business’ by the current government.

He also told the ADASS (Association of Directors of Adult Social Services) spring seminar he believes the Treasury has the resources to overhaul the system.

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