Proposals to be outlined in upcoming green paper
The government is considering an "opt-out proposal" modelled on the pensions automatic enrolment system in order to fund social care, the health secretary has revealed. Speaking to The Telegraph, Matt Hancock, who became health and social care secretary in July, said he wanted to see people taking more "personal responsibility" for their health and social care. The social care funding proposal would work in a similar way to pensions automatic enrolment - which people must actively opt out of...
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