Theresa May told of care proposal concerns
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Election 2017: 'I was a bit unnerved about care changes'

A voter in west London has told Theresa May she is "unnerved" by proposed changes to social care charges in England, announced in the Conservative manifesto.

Mrs May told her that it was the "best way" to enable more people to stay in their own homes, and said there would be a consultation on the details of the policy.

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