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Theresa May faces 'chaos and confusion' claims after social care U-turn | Society | The Guardian: The prime minister battled throughout Monday to defend her decision to put in place an “absolute limit” on the amount that people would have to pay despite no mention of the idea in her party’s manifesto, published on Thursday.
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She also failed to set out the level at which the cap could be set, with Tory sources making clear there would be no additional detail before the general election.

In a combative primetime BBC1 interview with Andrew Neil, May insisted the shift in position had not been driven by enduring days of backlash against proposals, dubbed a “dementia tax”, to ask the elderly to contribute more towards care.

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