Removal of ring-fencing set to hit four key areas

June 2010
Community Care;6/17/2010, Issue 1823, p8
The article outlines the effects of ring-fencing government strategy to remove grants funding for services for people with learning disabilities, strokes and HIV/Aids, and social care information technology schemes in Great Britain.


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