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Disability group accuses HMRC of creating "uncertainty" over sleep-in care back pay

Disability group accuses HMRC of creating "uncertainty" over sleep-in care back pay

Voluntary Organisations Disability Group says the government's latest letter to social care providers has caused confusion

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