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Deliver a cross-party proposal for social care reform

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So we will build a cross-party consensus to bring forward an answer that solves the [social care] problem, commands the widest possible support, and stands the test of time. [also on same page:] We will commit to urgently seek a cross-party consensus in order to bring forward the necessary proposal and legislation for long-term reform [of social care provision].

Conservative Party Manifesto 2019, p.12

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  1. Simon Jones says:

    This policy has been broken, The government have implemented a plan to taken social care without consulting other parties.

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