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New care minister named as Alistair Burt

Original post from Care Home

‘…………..By: Sue Learner

David Cameron has chosen Alistair Burt to be the new care minister in the Cabinet reshuffle.

Mr Burt, who will be responsible for older people, dementia, local government, adult social care, carers, end-of-life care, mental health services and prison services, takes over the role from Norman Lamb, who was generally well-liked in the care sector and held the post from September 2012. 585 more words

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