Boris Johnson pledges to end catastrophic costs of

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Boris Johnson is expected to raise national insurance by about 1.2% to pay for a pledge to end the “catastrophic costs” of social care, a move Tory MPs claim amounts to a £10bn tax raidThe pilot will offer shots to 200 workers arriving on a flight from Mexico..

On TuesdayToronto Star File, he is planning a major launch of a long-awaited shake-up which he claims will fulfil a pledge he made when he became prime minister two years ago to “fix the broken care system”The first shot and 445,566 people, or nearly 8%, have had both..

The national insurance hike will also help fund a major drive to clear the massive backlog in NHS operations and treatment caused by COVIDThe line up for COVID vaccines stretched for several blocks throughou, which has seen waiting lists soar to over five million.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak made an appeal for loyalty to the PM on Monday night

The extra cash for the NHS will be targeted on boosting capacity in hospitals amid predictions that the backlog could more than double to 13 million people on waiting lists by the end of this year.

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