This recent BUPA survey confirms that whilst many people aged over 50 believe that it is fair that they should contribute towards the cost of their care, they also believe that their exposure to the cost shouldn't be unlimited.
The manifesto commitment from the Conservatives is very thin on details, and will rely heavily on a formal consultation process.
Notwithstanding the outcome of tomorrow's general election, there will be continual movement and discussion on the funding crisis as it only continues to worsen across the whole of the UK
“The survey clearly shows that people are supportive of contributing to their own care, but not at any price,” Saga Money managing director, Nici Audhlam-Gardiner, said. “They strongly believe there should be a cap on care fees and that this should be set at around £60,000.