The cuts are 'terrifying and reckless'

Dunning, Jeremy
December 2010
Community Care;12/2/2010, Issue 1846, p24
The article presents an interview with British shadow care services minister Emily Thornberry. She informed that she is worried about the government's plans to reform the assessment and inspection of adult social care. She also informed about the issue of how adult social care will deal with the 28% cuts to government funding for English councils from 2011-15. She further said that she will judge the recommendations on the Funding of Care and Support on the future funding of long-term care.


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