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Care England Comments: Social Care Singled Out

On Tuesday 30 January, the Home Office made a statement regarding changes to the legal migration system, noting the removal of the right for international care workers and senior care workers to…

A short term solution to a long-term problem

Today, Care England, the largest representative body of independent providers of adult social care in England, has welcomed the Government announcement of a £500m social care boost.  It is understood…

A volatile energy market – time to act

Following the UK strikes in Yemen, energy prices are set to spike again over the coming weeks. In conjunction with the current cold snap in the UK and the current…

Improving career prospects for the domestic workforce

Care England, the largest representative body of independent providers of adult social care in England, has today, 10 January 2024, welcomed the Government’s package of support for the domestic workforce,…

Changes to international recruitment, what now?

On 4 December, the Home Secretary, James Cleverly, announced a series of changes to the migration system aimed at reducing legal migration numbers to the UK, including changes to the…

Care England Comments: LGA Findings On Section 114s

Responding to the Local Government Association’s findings that almost one in five surveyed council leaders and chief executives in England think it is very or fairly likely that their chief finance officer will…

Care England Comments: Changes to Immigration

In response to the Home Secretary’s announcement of changes to immigration announced today (Monday 4 December), Professor Martin Green OBE, Chief Executive of Care England says: “The government recognised the…