You are here:

House of Commons Library

Lords Stages of the Care Bill: Social care provisions

Published Friday, November 8, 2013

This note provides an overview of developments relating to social care during the Care Bill’s Committee and Report Stages in the House of Lords.

Jump to full report >>

The Care Bill was introduced into the House of Lords in May 2013. It aims to bring together existing care and support legislation and reform the social care system in several ways, including its funding. It also includes reforms to the regulation of health services and establishes Health Education England (HEE) and the Health Research Authority (HRA) as statutory non-departmental public bodies

The Bill was introduced in the House of Lords as HL Bill 1 of session 2013-14. This note provides an overview of developments during the Bill’s Committee and Report Stages in the Lords relating to social care. It is not intended to be exhaustive, but rather to provide a summary of the areas discussed and the most important amendments made.

Commons Briefing papers SN06753

Author: Robert Long

Topic: Community care

Share this page

Stay up to date

  • Subscribe to RSS feed Subscribe to Email alerts Commons Briefing papers

House of Commons Library

The House of Commons Library provides research, analysis and information services for MPs and their staff.