Miskelly, Bronagh
May 2010
Community Care;5/20/2010, Issue 1819, p4
The article offers the author's comments on the policies of the new government of Great Britain towards the social care sector. She says that social care remains at minister of state level with the appointment of Liberal Democrat Paul Burstow being welcomed by the social care sector because of his track record. She says that the erasure of children and families from the Great Britain education department's name suggests is being downgraded.


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