Image source, British Parliament / Jessica Taylor
At Prime Minister for Questions, Boris Johnson was confronted with questions from Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer and accusations of "broken promises ".
Their exchanges were dominated by the issue of social care - and how people are going to pay for it under the government's new plan - but there were also claims on the bullet train, hospitals and employees.
We looked at a few of them -uns.
Keir Starmer: “Duringlast election, the prime minister promised that no one would have to sell their house to pay attention - that's another broken promise, isn't it? '
The Conservative Party The manifesto 2019 said: "Person in need of care should be forced to sell their house to pay.
Mr. Johnson denied that this promise had been broken.
But his welfare plan for England does not guarantee someone's house will not have to be sold to pay for their care - only that this should not happen during his lifetime.
He pointed out the "non-respect of housing " - whether people are receiving social care at home, or are in a care home and their spouse lives in their home, the value of their home is not counted in their assets when determining how much they should pay for their care.
Mr Johnson also pointed out that people living in a care home without spouse living in their house could benefit from a deferral of the payment of the care expenses so that they did not have to sell their house immediately.
But under these deferred payment agreements , when a person dies t the heir's house is then sold to reimburse expenses.
On Monday, Business Secretary Paul Scully told Sky News: "There will be fewer people are selling their homes - and hopefully none. "
Image source, British Parliament / Jessica Taylor
Keir Starmer: 'Someone with like sets of around £ 100,000 will lose almost everything - yet someone withassets of around £ 1million will keep almost everything '
The government wants to introduce a cap of £ 86,000 on personal care costs - people will have to pay up to that limit, but no more, in their lifetime.
And Labor is attacking this policy because £ 86,000 will clearly be a higher proportion of a poorer person's assets than those of a taller person. rich - that would be the case for any cap on individual spending.
Labor's 2019 manifesto also proposed a lifetime cap, stating: "We will make sure that no one else is left behind. never again face catastrophic health care costs of over £ 100,000 for the care he needs in old age. "
Boris Johnson: 'There are now over people at work than before the pandemic c '
The last digitsres estimate that there were 29,284,000 employees in the UK in October, which is above pre-pandemic levels, as is the figure for September.
But unemployment figures , Using a survey, estimates that the total number of people with jobs from July to September was still around half a million below pre-pandemic levels.
Keir Starmer: 'This is another broken promise, just like he promised not to pay taxes, just like he promised 40 new hospitals, just like he promised a rail revolution in the North '
The 2019 conservative manifesto promised not to increase the national insurance rate.
And as we have pointed out before , this commitment has been broken -with NI up 1.25 percentage points, in April 2022.
The manifesto also read: "We will build and fund 40 new hospitals over the next 10 years.
But the Ministry of Health and Welfare has a broad definition of "new hospital ", which can mean:
- a brand new hospital on a new or existing NHS site
- a major new clinical building on an existing site
- a new wing of an existing hospital
- a renovation and one major edit
And most of the 40 projects listed on the government site involve the construction of new wings or the renovation of existing wings on the site of an existing hospital.
Only two involve the construction of an entirely new general hospital, according to the Nuffield Trust.
And both these started before the last election and are slated to replace the old hospitals.
We also have previously examined whether the government broke its promises on high-speed rail.
Mr. Johnson: 'The Right Honorable [Sir Keir] campaigned against HS2 '
HS2 will run at Euston Station in Sir Keir 's Holborn and St Pancras.
And in 2015, in his election victory speech, he said we "need to make sure HS2 does not enter Euston in our circumion ".
Shortly after that, Sir Keir posted a tweet from him and his neighbor MP Tulip Siddiq handing over a petition against HS2. La Hfrance.fr is not responsible for the content of external sites. See the original tweet on Twitter
In March 2016, he voted against building the London to Birmingham link.
The following month, on his Facebook page , he said: " Fighting HS2 is always a priority.
And in February 2017, in parliament he said: "The construction of HS2 will have a devastating impact on thousands of my constituents.
After PMQs on Wednesday, a Labor official said: " Keir 's position was Old Oak Common [in West London] should have been the terminal - but once HS2 was accepted he and the Labor manifesto backed him up. "
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