There has been a contradictory stance between the government and members of the Health Select Committee over health care assistants. While the committee is of the view that the HCAs must be registered as in case of nurses and midwives, the government is against the idea. According to the government, this is expensive procedure and would put unnecessary pressure financially.
In a recent report, it has been revealed that MP Dr. Sarah Wollaston recently is of the view that there is need for the government to take measures for regulating the prices of alcohol in such a way that it isn’t dirt cheap any more. This will surely help in decreasing the levels of boozing in people, and will also help in cutting down the effects of the same in the long run.
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