Campaign to save adult care grants facing the chop

September 2010
Community Care;9/9/2010, Issue 1834, p7
The article reports that campaigners in Great Britain are trying to save adult social care grants from being reduced as there is a general belief that ministers will cut certain grants starting from 2011 to cut the budget deficit.


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