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Opinion On Mimimum wage

What’s your opinion, on someone who works for 40 hours every week on minimum wage on being able to support his/her family of three members, with the income from their occupation.

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cotland’s 2002 introduction of free personal care for over 65’s represents the clearest departure among the devolved administrations from the UK government funding approach. It also provides the opportunity for something approximating a ‘natural experiment’: a chance to measure the impact of a particular approach to charging policy, although the feasibility of this has been called into question: parallel policy developments in Scotland and the UK make it difficult to establish causation. However, a number of studies have discussed the impact of policy observing: • A growth in the number of free home care packages, together with a reduction in overall home care packages • The impact on Attendance Allowance: Scottish Care home residents who receive free personal care are ineligible for this disability benefit • The rationing of other forms of care and support by local authorities in order to manage the additional cost of free personal care • A lack of public understanding about what remains chargeable including ‘hotel costs’ in care home placements In Wales, the devolved administration has taken a number of tentative steps away from the (lack of) funding settlement in England. Following the 2007 extension of further devolved powers to the Welsh Assembly the government introduced the Social Care Charges (Wales) Measure 2010 that introduced a framework for charging for non-residential care, and a maximum weekly charge of £50. The Social Services and Wellbeing Act (Wales) 2014 superseded this shift, consolidating these changes and extending the powers of Welsh government to charge for a number of services (although not extending to children’s services). The government have since increased the non-residential charging cap to £70 per week, and increased the threshold free care in residential settings to £30,000 and £40,000 in April 2018, while the Labour administration has promised to increase it further to £50,000 by the end of the assembly period in 2021. Given the recent introduction of these changes there are no studies on the impact of the extension of free care in Wales.

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