Tags: "fiscal policy"

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Politics and the Care Conundrum

Politics and the Care Conundrum

What are the underlying political drivers of England’s long-term care funding problem.

November 10, 2011 ×

Blogs

The Dilnot dilemma

The Dilnot dilemma

The summer is over. The party conference season is complete. What now for the long-term care funding reform agenda and the recommendations of the Dilnot Commission that emerged at the start of July?

October 12, 2011 ×

Publications

The First Step

The First Step? A response to the Commission on Funding of Care and Support

A discussion paper exploring the ‘capped cost’ model, and what it means for local authorities and families.

August 4, 2011 ×

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Stepping Stones A strategy for reforming long-term care funding

Stepping-Stones: A strategy for reforming long-term care funding

A think-piece looking at how reform of long-term care funding should be framed by policymakers and stakeholders, and what this means for how reform can unfold.

June 9, 2011 ×

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Delivering a National Care Fund How would a public-private partnership work

Delivering a National Care Fund: How would a public-private partnership work?

Could a National Care Fund could be operated and underwritten by the private sector, and how such a public-private partnership would work?

April 19, 2011 ×

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Inheritance Tax Could it be used to fund long term care

Inheritance Tax: Could it be used to fund long-term care?

Should inheritance tax have a role in funding long-term care?

January 26, 2011 ×

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