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Children’s minister ousted as election creates uncertainty for social care

What could this latest election result mean for social work reform?

The Conservatives’ policy for social care reform was incredibly unpopular and may have been one of the factors that cost them the election. Such a policy would have little chance getting through the House of Commons. It is possible that attempts may be made to forge a cross-party consensus on social care reform but this is likely to be a low priority next to Brexit.

By Mithran Samuel & Luke Stevenson – Community Care. 

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