Conservatives to target rising social care costs in manifesto

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PM Theresa May is set to announce “plans to cut the costs of caring for an ageing Britain".
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PM Theresa May is set to announce “plans to cut the costs of caring for an ageing Britain".

The rising cost of social care is expected to be a principal focus of the Conservative's 2017 general election manifesto when it is launched later today, according to reports from both the BBC and the Financial Times.

The FT reported Prime Minster Theresa May (pictured) would announce "plans to cut the costs of caring for an ageing Britain in tough reforms that will hit millions of wealthier pensioners, many of them...

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