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Economic Affairs Committee
Call for evidence published 13 September 2018.The deadline for submissions has now passed. Contact the Clerk if you still wish to make a submission.
The Committee is investigating the social care system in England, with a particular focus on the funding challenges and how they can be overcome.
Evidence given by Iain MacBeath, Resources Co-Lead, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) and Director of Adult Care Services, Hertfordshire County Council; David Phillips, Associate Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS); Sarah Pickup OBE, Deputy Chief Executive, Local Government Association (LGA).
Evidence given by Caroline Abrahams, Charity Director, Age UK; Jules Constantinou, President, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
Evidence given by Dominic Carter, Policy Manager, Alzheimer's Society; Kari Gerstheimer, Director of Information and Advice, Royal Mencap Society; Tracey Loftis, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Versus Arthritis.
Room 1, Palace of Westminster
The Economic Affairs Committee hears evidence on Tuesday 11 December 2018 at 3.35pm