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Press release The King's Fund responds to today's update on Allied Healthcare from the CQC Responding to today’s update on Allied Healthcare from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Simon Bottery, Senior Fellow at The King’s Fund, said: 'Over 13,000 people who rely on Allied Healthcare for care and support will be wondering what today’s warning from the CQC means for them.' Press release The King's Fund responds to the 2018 Budget Responding to today’s Budget, Richard Murray, Director of Policy at The King’s Fund, said, 'The social care system cannot continue to get by on last-minute, piecemeal funding announcements.' Press release The King's Fund responds to the annual ADASS Budget Survey 2018 "This latest evidence, from every council in England, lays bare once again the need for, as the Prime Minister put it herself, a proper plan to pay for and provide social care" Press release Social care reform at a fork in the road, says new report The Health Foundation and The King’s Fund have highlighted a worrying lack of progress on social care reform, in extensive new analysis of funding pressures and options for change. Press release The King's Fund responds to the 2017 Autumn Budget The additional money for the NHS is welcome, but it is still significantly less than the £4 billion we estimate the NHS needs next year. Press release The King's Fund responds to the government's announcement on the social care Green Paper The Green Paper will only be meaningful if it results in a fundamental reform to the social care system, says Simon Bottery. Press release £4 billion needed next year to stop NHS care deteriorating The government must find at least £4 billion more for the NHS in the Budget to stop patient care deteriorating next year, three leading health charities warn today. Press release The King's Fund responds to the Conservative Party's manifesto Chris Ham comments on the health and social care proposals laid out by the Conservative Party's manifesto ahead of the general election. Press release Social care still needs a sustainable funding settlement The Communities and Local Government Select Committee has today published a report calling for major reform of social care funding and provision. Press release The King’s Fund responds to the Spring Budget Chris Ham, Chief Executive of The King's Fund, gives his response to the Spring Budget 2017. Press release ‘The social care system is on its knees’ Richard Humphries comments on the Communities and Local Government Committee's pre-Budget report on adult social care. Press release The King’s Fund responds to a letter from the chairs of three Select Committees to the Prime Minister Chris Ham responds to a letter on health and social funding written to the Prime Minister by the chairs of three House of Commons Select Committees. Press release The King's Fund responds to the Autumn Statement Richard Murray, Director of Policy for The King's Fund, comments on the Autumn Statement 2016. Press release Health charities warn of £1.9bn social care funding gap Three leading health charities have issued a call for the government to address a £1.9 billion social care funding gap through the Autumn Statement. Press release The King’s Fund comments on the LGA’s new social care report Richard Humphries comments on on the Local Government Association's Adult social care funding: 2016 state of the nation report. Press release Older people are paying the price for cuts to social care The care and support older people receive increasingly depends on where they live and how much money they have rather than their needs, according to a new report by The King's Fund and the Nuffield Trust. Press release The King's Fund's response to the Spending Review Comments from John Appleby, Chief Economist at The King's Fund on the publication of the 2015 Spending Review. Press release Social care budget cuts damaging the NHS, latest quarterly monitoring report finds Cuts in local authority social care budgets are adversely affecting health services, according to nearly 9 out of 10 (88 per cent) of NHS trust finance directors and 8 out of 10 (80 per cent) of clinical commissioning group finance leads surveyed for The King's Fund's latest quarterly monitoring report. Press release Social care at a crossroads - The King's Fund's response to the ADASS budget survey Richard Humphries, Assistant Director of Policy at The King’s Fund, responds to this year's ADASS budget survey.