No faith that government can tackle social care crisis

Sarah Coles
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The government has made a hash of its promise to reform social care for older people. After Andrew Dilnot's report, which recommended capping the cost of care, and calculated how much it would cost the government to pick up the rest of the bill, Westminster went into a tailspin.

The resulting stalling on the social care white paper means we have lost any faith in the government's ability to tackle this problem and halt the crisis. So what can we do?