Social care crisis forces May to raise council tax. Theresa May will back steep rises to council tax bills this week in an attempt to plug a gaping hole in social care funding.
Warnings of an “absolute crisis” in the industry have prompted the prime minister to drop her opposition to the increases, as the government strives to prove that it is facing up to the ballooning costs of caring for Britain’s ageing population. The move comes after Mrs May prevented Philip Hammond, the chancellor, from addressing social care in his autumn statement last month. Mr Hammond had wanted to announce bigger rises in local authority precepts, but was ordered to delay because of fears that the change would add to the burden on low-income families — deemed “just about managing” — at a politically sensitive… Want to read more? Homepage - Site pour l'anglais en CPGE. The Life and Literature of William Shakespeare. News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's global edition. David Cameron speaks about Brexit at US university: ‘How did we get here’? – video.
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