Nearly 70,000 may die waiting for adult social care before Johnson plan kicks in

Exclusive: Labour says analysis exposes ‘gaping flaw’ in PM’s plan to resolve social care crisis

Nearly 70,000 people in England are likely to die waiting for access to adult social care before the changes revealed this week by Boris Johnson come into force, reveals analysis that Labour says “exposes a gaping flaw” in the plan.

Criticism has continued to mount after the prime minister announced a 1.25% tax to be paid by workers and businesses aimed at finally resolving the social care crisis he promised he had a strategy to fix more than two years ago on the steps of Downing Street.

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