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 You may also be interested in Blog What does the autumn 2020 Spending Review mean for health and care? Who were the winners and losers in the Chancellor’s autumn Spending Review? Siva Anandaciva looks at what the government’s plans promise for health and care. Blog The Comprehensive Spending Review and Covid-19: the more we know, the less we know... How will the autumn Comprehensive Spending Review address the short-term and long-term needs of the health and care system, especially when the future is so uncertain? Jonathon Holmes considers the Chancellor’s options. Long read Health and care: the first 100 days of the new government We provide a record of the progress made towards meeting the government’s manifesto pledges and campaign commitments during its first 100 days in office. Blog After the election: how will the new government approach health and social care? What might being the new government’s ‘top priority’ mean in practical terms for the NHS? And does this focus come at the expense of the wider health and care agenda? Helen McKenna reflects on the new government’s manifesto commitments.