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Health and Social Care Secretary considers 'opt out' plan to pay for careHealth and Social Care Secretary considers 'opt out' plan to pay for care

Matt Hancock, Health and Social Care Secretary, is considering including an 'opt out' plan to pay for care in the upcoming Green Paper on adult social care. Under the scheme, which would mirror pensions auto-enrolment, adults in England would make automatic payments into a national fund from their pay. In return the state would pay for their care, or a cap would apply to their expenditure on care. Those who chose to opt out would pay for the whole of their care, selling their houses if necessary. More from:

Daily Telegraph article 1(pay wall applies)

Daily Telegraph article 2 Daily Mail




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