green paper

Proposals for "milkshake tax" and energy drinks ban included in green paper published on eve of new PM revealed.
Social care is in crisis and yet we’ve been waiting over 700 days for the Government to publish the Social Care Green Paper and start the first steps towards a long term funding solution.
Children and young people’s mental health services are in a state of crisis. We hear every day about problems across the
Labour says looming crisis is being kicked into the long grass.
The government has quietly delayed the publication of a green paper on social care funding. Initially expected this autumn
Council tax bills have landed on doormats and across the country most households face higher charges to pay for care for older and disabled people.
The government has recognised that care is in crisis. The Budget has provided some more 'sticking plaster' emergency funding for care via local authorities. How that £2 billion will be distributed and used over the next three years remains to be seen.
Beneath the fanfare, the Green Paper was more a patchwork of initiatives than a strategy - and modest initiatives at that. There is no better reflection of its limitations than the two near-crises that have shaken British industry in the last week - the proposed sale of Vauxhall to Peugeot PSA and Kraft-Heinz's attempted takeover of Unilever
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