Vote for me! Main parties set out their stalls on social care policy issues

April 2010
Community Care;4/22/2010, Issue 1815, p11
Several charts are presented depicting various social care services to be supported by the three main British political parties in Great Britain including adult care funding, children's services, and employment for qualified social workers.


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