Last quote by Barbara Keeley
Councils urgently need government funding to stabilise the social care system. During the election, Labour set out plans to tackle the crisis made in Downing Street by committing £8bn in funding for social care during this parliament.feedback
Oct 19 2017
Barbara Keeley has most recently been quoted in an article called Theresa May faces 'chaos and confusion' claims after social care U-turn. Barbara Keeley said, “What people need is certainty, so they can know how their future care needs will be met. What the Tories are delivering is chaos, confusion and indecision over the funding of care. The Tories were going to introduce a cap on care costs in April 2016, then in April 2020 and now they are talking of a green paper, which is another delaying tactic.”. Barbara Keeley has been quoted a grand total of 8 times in 5 articles.
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Quotes by Barbara Keeley
May 22 2017
What people need is certainty, so they can know how their future care needs will be met. What the Tories are delivering is chaos, confusion and indecision over the funding of care. The Tories were going to introduce a cap on care costs in April 2016, then in April 2020 and now they are talking of a green paper, which is another delaying tactic.feedback
May 17 2017
In their last manifesto, they promised a cap on care costs. But they broke their promise, letting older and vulnerable people down. It's the Tories who have pushed social care into crisis; their cuts to councils have meant £4.6bn axed from social care budgets between 2010 and 2015, leaving 1.2 million people struggling to get by without care. And NHS bosses have recently said that the money the Tories promised them won't help alleviate the problems.feedback
Apr 18 2017
We all want to be in a better place, but we work through to being in a better place by putting forward new policies like this. They will improve over time if people like the policies we've put forward, but the policies are very important.feedback
Mar 07 2017
The funding crisis in social care goes beyond money. It’s about the type of support we would expect for our own loved ones. It seems we are running out of ways to convey to the government the level of crisis that now exists in social care.feedback
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