Health and Social Care

By William Eichler | February 20, 2018

Care England wins right to intervene in sleep-in care case

Care England wins right to intervene in sleep-in care case

Care England has been granted the right to intervene in the Court of Appeal’s sleep-in-shift case raising hopes the care sector’s impending £400m financial crisis can be averted.

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