England eyes Scotland review for lessons on care system overhaul

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Taking three years, Scotland’s care review sets out detailed proposals for changing the “broken” care system. With the UK government pledging its own care review, sector experts identify what England can learn.

Scotland’s Independent Care Review was launched at an event in the Scottish parliament attended by people with care experience, some of whom gave evidence to the inquiry. Picture: Independent Care Review
Scotland’s Independent Care Review was launched at an event in the Scottish parliament attended by people with care experience, some of whom gave evidence to the inquiry. Picture: Independent Care Review

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