Thursday 15 November 2018
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Care home move breached woman's human rights

The human rights of a woman with dementia were breached when she was moved from her house to a care home, a court has ruled.

Care and Support Minister Norman Lamb talks about the biggest reforms to the social care system in more than 60 years.

The Care Act represents the most significant reform of care and support in more than 60 years, putting people and their carers in control of their care and support. For the first time, the Act will put a limit on the amount anyone will have to pay towards the costs of their care.

Kingsmill Report calls for commissioning reform and registration

Labour have responded to an independent report on the care work industry with a raft of new proposals, aimed at providing better care for patients and working conditions for carers.

Ed Miliband sets out Labour's minimum wage plans

Ed Miliband says a Labour government would set a statutory minimum wage target linked to average earnings, as he sets out plans to tackle low pay.

Residents moved from Abergele home after neglect report

Some residents have been moved from a care home for the elderly in Abergele after inspectors found evidence of neglect and poor conditions.

Working together to help people raise concerns about adult social care

Together with the Local Government Ombudsman (LGO), we have announced a new arrangement for people who want to raise concerns about adult social care in England which will make it easier for people to complain about their care.