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The social care “cap” that isn’t a cap

England’s system for funding social care for has long faced calls for reform.

February 16, 2022 ×

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Will the ‘capped cost’ model become a reality?

Ten years on from the Commission on Funding of Care and Support (the ‘Dilnot Comission’), the ‘capped cost’ model is again at the centre of debate on how to make England’s system of means tested support for care costs fairer.

July 30, 2021 ×

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Social Care Funding and the new Conservative Government

The 2019 election saw the Conservative Party win seats that may define the Government’s attitude to reforming care funding. 

December 20, 2019 ×

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This is a housing crisis, and without intervention it will bankrupt the welfare state

Locked out of home ownership, the state would be left to foot the bill for Generation Rent

August 3, 2016 ×

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Should academics be expected to change policy?

Six reasons why it is unrealistic to expect academic researchers to achieve policy change. 

May 25, 2016 ×

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A technological revolution?

A technological revolution?

There is a growing awareness that our attachment to modern technology may often be detrimental, particularly for younger people.

March 9, 2016 ×

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