Dismay over lack of budget help for care, says Independent Care Group chairman

The chairman of an Independent Care group in Yorkshire says Rishi Sunak’s “Mini-Budget” has missed a vital opportunity to throw a lifeline to crisis-hit care providers amidst fears that the country could be heading into a second wave of coronavirus.

Mike Padgham, the chairman for the Independent Care group for York and North Yorkshire has called on the Government to announce more financial aid for care providers following yesterday’s “Mini-Budget” in Parliament.
He said: “The fight against coronavirus continues in social care settings and there is a very real danger of a second wave for the country to face’.

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