EXCLUSIVE: Government considers bypassing councils to get cash to care providers

By Dan Peters | 18 May 2020

The Government is considering bypassing local authorities and channelling extra funding directly to care providers to ease cash flow concerns, The MJ understands.

It comes after ministers told councils to pass on government funding to care providers amid concerns about funding not reaching care homes dealing with the coronavirus crisis.

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