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National Care Service Delay

Scotland's health secretary has confirmed the government has delayed its flagship plan to set up a National Care Service by three years saying that the Scottish government needed "more time" to work with councils.


In a bid to avoid costs rising to an estimated £2.2bn, ministers have proposed scaling back the scheme.


The Scottish government had described it as the "biggest public service reform in Scotland since devolution".


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