Sir Andrew Dilnot, who devised the policy more than a decade ago, says the delay is “extraordinarily disappointing”. He describes the need for reform as “critical and urgent” and says without it, the most vulnerable are left with no idea how they will cope financially, should they need care. He also believes it breaches a Conservative Party manifesto pledge.
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