First Minister pledges to scrap non-residential social care charges

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to scrap non-residential social care charges for everyone in Scotland if she is re-elected in two years’ time. Addressing the delegates at the Scottish National Party this week, Sturgeon said ‘one of the proudest achievements of the early days of devolution’ was the introduction of free personal care. Introduced…

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