Merge NHS and social care, says Labour
The NHS and social care budgets in England should be combined to create a super pot to meet the needs of the ageing population, Labour says.
The money - worth £119bn this year - could be used to provide more joined-up care across the hospital, mental health and care sectors, the party believes.
In a speech on Thursday, shadow health secretary Andy Burnham will say the current arrangements are outdated.
He will claim "dangerous" gaps between services put the vulnerable at risk.
The proposal could see councils get much more involved in making decisions about the NHS, while the biggest hospitals may end up expanding into the community, perhaps even running care homes.
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