Daily News Roundup – 24 January 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Merge NHS and social care, says Labour

BBC News

The NHS and social care budgets in England should be combined to create a super pot to meet the needs of the ageing population, Labour says.

Labour warns David Cameron against ‘foolish’ cap on long-term care costs

The Guardian 

The prime minister is reported to be considering a higher figure than one proposed by the Dilnot review in a bid to save money.

Francis report will be biggest leadership challenge the NHS has seen

The Guardian – healthcare network

The Francis report will be a generation-defining leadership opportunity, argues the director of NHS Employers.

Plans to go to Titty Ho on Inbetweeners inspired road trip for Princess Alice Hospice

Elmbridge Guardian 

A trio of Princess Alice Hospice supporters will travel 734 miles in two days, visiting 20 places with rude comedy names.

Hospice plans for extension

Melton Times

A £500,000 scheme to extend and enhance facilities at Dove Cottage Day Hospice has been submitted for planning approval.

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