‘Hastily scraped together’ care cap amendment rejected by peers

Members of the House of Lords have voted against a government amendment to the Care Act covering the cap on care costs, with one peer describing it as ‘ill-thought-through mishmash’. Peers voted in favour (198 to 158) of removing clause 155 of health and care bill, which covers the cap on care costs for charging…

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