Breadcrumb Home Publications The Spending Review and Social Care This content relates to the following topics: NHS finances Adult social care Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page For adult social care, the Spending Review settlement is about as good as it could get. It promises allocates £2 billion a year of additional funding by 2014-15 to support social care, £1b of which sits within the NHS. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment Leave this field blank You may also be interested in Long read The Comprehensive Spending Review – what more for health and care spending? The Comprehensive Spending Review details the government’s plans for public spending over the coming years. It will clarify which areas of the health and care budget have not yet been addressed by recent funding announcements around the NHS and for social care reform. Here, we set out the challenges and consider steps the government could take to address them. Blog Spring Budget 2021: what’s in store for health and care? With funding settlements and short-term boosts already provided, what will the upcoming Budget mean for health and care? Sally Warren considers how the system can support local economies while improving population health as the country responds to the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. Blog 2020: the health policy year in 12 charts The wheels of health policy turn quickly. So, as 2021 begins Siva Anandaciva looks back at the key health policy moments of 2020 to consider the challenges and opportunities that the year brought. Blog Health and care in 2021: what can we expect? In this first blog of the new year, Richard Murray outlines the key challenges and opportunities facing the health and care system in 2021.