Richard Walsh analyses what the political party manifestos set out for social care, welfare reform, health and insurance ahead of the General Election.
The election is approaching and we will all make our individual decisions on which way to vote based on a whole range of factors. And it is certainly turning out to be a much more interesting campaign that most of us expected when the election was announced. However some aspects of the manifestos will impact directly on what happens in our day job world. Here I set out some of the key areas difference and similarity between the three main Party's manifestos. Let's take social care first...
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