Andrew Lewer

Former Conservative MP for Northampton South

@ALewerMBE https://facebook.com/andrew4Northampton

Individual Contributions to Social Care Costs

There have been votes in Parliament both on the principle of preventing an individual from having to contribute towards their social care costs after a certain point, and on the details of the operation of that cap.

Andrew Lewer consistently voted for reducing the maximum amount an individual may be required to contribute to their social care costs

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Major votes

  • On 25 Apr 2022: Andrew Lewer voted not not to limit the amount adults can be required to pay towards their eligible care costs over their lifetime, but instead to prevent an individual being charged once they, local authorities, or others had paid a certain amount. Show vote
  • On 30 Mar 2022: Andrew Lewer voted to prevent an individual being charged for their eligible care costs once they, local authorities, or others had paid a certain amount towards their care, rather than to limit the amount adults can be required to pay towards their care costs over their lifetime. Show vote
  • On 22 Nov 2021: Andrew Lewer voted to prevent an individual being charged for their eligible care costs once they, local authorities, or others had paid a certain amount towards their care, rather than to limit the amount adults can be required to pay towards their care costs over their lifetime. Show vote

Minor votes

  • On 25 Feb 2020: Andrew Lewer voted against urgently reforming social care and including making personal care free. Show vote

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