Social care should remain delivered by councils, says report

By Ann McGauran | 10 February 2021

Tens of thousands of people could live more independent lives if councils keep hold of social care under government plans to overhaul health services, a new report has insisted.

The report, commissioned by the County Councils’ Network (CCN) from experts Newton, argued social care should remain delivered by local authorities rather than giving increased control to the NHS or central government.

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