Individual Contributions to Social Care Costs

There have been votes in Parliament both on the principle of preventing an individual from having to contribute towards their social care costs after a certain point, and on the details of the operation of that cap.

Siobhain McDonagh generally voted for reducing the maximum amount an individual may be required to contribute to their social care costs

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Major votes

  • On 25 Ebr 2022: Siobhain McDonagh was absent for a vote on Health and Care Bill — Clause 35 — Cap on Care Costs for Charging Purposes Show vote
  • On 30 Maw 2022: Siobhain McDonagh was absent for a vote on Health and Care Bill — Clause 140 — Cap on Care Costs for Charging Purposes Show vote
  • On 22 Tach 2021: Siobhain McDonagh wedi pleidleisio to prevent an individual being charged for their eligible care costs once they, local authorities, or others had paid a certain amount towards their care, rather than to limit the amount adults can be required to pay towards their care costs over their lifetime. Show vote
  • On 16 Rha 2013: Siobhain McDonagh was absent for a vote on Care Bill — Decline Second Reading Show vote

Minor votes

  • On 25 Chw 2020: Siobhain McDonagh wedi pleidleisio to urgently reform social care and make personal care free. Show vote

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