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Care Inequality

Care home profitability is at historic lows, and with council-funded care being less profitable than the private market.

The Care Quality Commission found a greater proportion of fees had come from private sources in the past year which risked leaving people in deprived areas, who are more dependent on state services, going without the care they need.

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