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MPs have warned they will be “extremely disappointed” if the PM fails to produce a plan to reform adult social care in England by the end of the year.
The warning follows this week’s Queen’s Speech which did not include detailed proposals for long-term reform.
The cross-party Commons health and social care committee said the lack of funding detail could undermine plans to integrate health and care services.
The government has been asked for a response.
MPs on the committee have been scrutinising the plans for integrated care systems in the forthcoming Health and Care Bill.