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Funding ‘falls short of addressing most pressing issues’

On behalf of independent sector providers, Care England chief executive Martin Green said, “Without immediate government intervention the adult social care sector will snap under the pressure to meet growing public need. It is vital that the government address the issue of unmet need and ensure that the social care sector is robust and sustainable, so that it can continue to support citizens with a range of complex needs.”

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