Labour is promising free personal care in England for over-65s most in need of it, so they will not have to pay for help with dressing, washing and meals.
More than three-quarters of people across England support free personal care for older people, charity finds
More than three-quarters of people (78%) across England support the introduction of free personal care for people aged 65+ who need it, and 74% would contribute more in some way to fund it, research by Independent Age has found.
Worlds largest dementia study reveals two thirds of people think dementia is a normal part of ageing, rather than a medical condition
95 per cent of participants think they could develop dementia in their lifetime – a survey of 70,000 people across 155 countries reveals
Two companies that provided personal care services even though they were not registered with the Care Quality Commission as required by law, have been fined £4,000.
A World War Two Bletchley Park codebreaker is one of 19 people being forced out of a financially-troubled care home with just 18 days' notice.
A care home run by the same provider as a specialist hospital at the centre of abuse allegations has been put into special measures.