Matt Hancock asks MPs and peers for views on adult social care reform

Matt Hancock has written to MPs and peers, urging them to help secure a cross-party consensus on reform of the adult social care system, as the government commits to finding an answer to the ongoing problem.


James Heywood, a senior researcher at the Centre for Policy Studies, said: “We welcome the government starting the ball rolling on seeking cross-party consensus on social care reform. This issue has been ducked by successive governments, and the 2017 election campaign showed that meaningful reform is more likely to be achieved with cross-party support.”


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Date Added: Friday 6th March 2020