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The care home regulator “backed off” from trying to close failing institutions due to fear of legal threats, its chairman has admitted. David Prior told the Sunday Telegraph the Care Quality Commission had “tended not to fight back” when threatened by legal action and said it needed to be “much more robust”.
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, responding to Age UK's research on 900,000 older people not receiving social care support,...
Next big medical breakthrough should be in mental health – Nick Clegg The UK should lead the world in understanding and treating mental illness, Nick Clegg said to...
The Choice – health and social care As we meet here in Ilford, we're exactly nine months away from the general election. It's voters in marginal seats like...
Labour press release In nine months Britain faces a big choice on health and social care. A choice between the threat of five more years of the Tories who have ov...
Labour press release Liz Kendall MP, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Care and Older People, responding to today’s NHS England figures on delayed transfers of care, s...
18/07/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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