This page provides constituency-level data on deprivation in England.
Social care funding
Opposition Day debate, Wednesday 16 November 2016
The following briefings, press releases and reports provide relevant background to the debate.
Library and POST briefings
Commons Library Briefing Paper CBP7564, Social care: recent funding announcements and the state of the care home market (England)
Commons Library Briefing Paper CBP7265, Social care: Announcement delaying introduction of funding reform (including the cap) and other changes until April 2020 (England)
Commons Library Briefing Paper SN7106, Social care: how the postponed changes to paying for care, including the cap, would have worked (England)
Commons Library Briefing Paper SN1911, Social care: paying for care home places and domiciliary care (England)
Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology POST-PN-0532, Integrating Health and Social Care
Reports and Select Committee material
Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, ADASS Responds to CQC state of care report
Care Quality Commission, State of Care Report 2015/16, 12 October 2016
Communities and Local Government Committee, Adult social care inquiry, ongoing
King’s Fund, Nuffield Trust and The Health Foundation, The Autumn Statement – Joint statement on health and social care, 8 November 2016
Local Government Association, Adult social care funding: 2016 state of the nation report, November 2016
National Audit Office, Adult social care in England: overview, 13 March 2014
National Audit Office, Integrating health and social care, project underway
Public Accounts Committee, Adult social care in England, HC518 2014-15
“Elderly care crisis looms as ministers accused of living ‘in fantasy world'”, Daily Telegraph, 11 October 2016
“Social care cuts take English service to tipping point, regulator warns”, The Guardian, 13 October 2016
“Philip Hammond pressed on more funding for health and social care”, Financial Times, 31 October 2016
“Tories join NHS chiefs in call for increased social care funding”, The Observer, 12 November 2016
This Commons Library briefing paper examines the key funding pressures facing adult social care services in England and evidence of the impacts of these pressures on social care and health services. The paper explains the additional funding committed to adult social care between 2016/17 and 2020/21, and outlines concerns about a social care funding gap and future financial uncertainty.
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