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Govt 'will cap care costs'

Govt 'will cap care costs'
The Government will announce plans to cap care costs for the individual at £75,000, according to the Daily Telegraph. David Cameron and Nick Clegg are reportedly close to a deal, to be outlined in the New Year to be implemented by 2015, which would see the Government cover the costs of care above this figure.

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