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Commons vote: Boris Johnson asked over £12 billion health and care

He believed this plan would provide insurance firms to made new products to protect people’s assets.

Boris Johnson

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, asked the insurance industry should protect people from selling their homes to pay the cost of care. At the same time, he encountered a backlash over his £12 billion-a-year reforms.

Commons vote: Boris Johnson asked over £12 billion health and care

The Prime Minister was urged by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer in the Commons over how his program could match the Tory election pledge. Then Mr Johnson mentioned that he plans to cap care expenses in England at £86,000, paid for by a new tax.

Boris Johnson made a plan

He believed this plan would provide insurance firms to made new products to protect people’s assets.

He is also being asked by the Commons how the new design will work. He answered, “This is the first time that the country has grown in to deal with the menace of these catastrophic costs.”

Through permitting the private sector, the financial services industry, to supply the insurance products that people need to secure themselves versus the costs of care, added him.

Boris Johnson’s decision in Sajid Javid’s eyes

Sir Keir Starmer in the Commons questioned the Prime Minister decision by where does the Prime Minister think that people are going to get that £86,000 without selling their home.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid commented about the decision to reject the election pledge to present £12 billion extra a year for the NHS and adult social care. He said it was the sign of a “responsible and serious government”. However, he recognised the extra money was probably not enough to clear NHS waiting lists.

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