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How poorer citizens pay the price of economic change in the UK

By Stewart Lansley, Visiting Fellow, School of Policy Studies, University of Bristol., University of Bristol
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Despite the early claims of British prime minister Boris Johnson’s much vaunted plan to cap personal adult social care costs, his government’s new plan – designed to save the Treasury £900 million year – will see only those people with more expensive homes gain. The poorer pensioner still risks losing their home.

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