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Health Secretary, Andy Burnham, made a statement on the Government's Green Paper on the reform of adult care and support in England, entitled 'Shaping the Future of Care Together'.
Green papers are consultation documents produced by the Government. Often when a government department is considering introducing a new law, it will put together a discussion document called a green paper to allow people and organisations both in and outside Parliament and Government to react and give the department feedback on its suggestions.
The Government is suggesting three ways in which the new National Care Service could be funded:
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