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We can't fix the social care sector without fixing the way we treat its workers | Angela Rayner

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Before I was elected to parliament I was a home care worker. I know how broken the system is Angela Rayner is Labour deputy leader and shadow secretary for the future of work The scourge of poverty wages and insecure work doesn't just blight the lives of millions of working people, it holds back our economy too. Nowhere is this more clearly the case than in our social care sector. I know at first hand the terrible impact that our fragmented social care sector has on those working on the frontline, on the millions of people who rely on support and on wider society. Before I was elected to...
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