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Time is running out to #StopSleepInCrisis
The Government's bill of £400 million to the care sector is a threat to the vital support thousands of disabled people receive.
In July, the Government announced a 2 month suspension of HMRC’s enforcement action. But this did not address the catastrophic impact of the back payments on the sector.
With the 2 October deadline fast approaching, time is running out for care providers, as their future hangs in the balance.
Find out more about the devastating consequences facing the sector, and what you can do to help.Find out more
Support the #StopSleepInCrisis campaign
Government changes to 'sleep-in' payments are threatening to take away vital support from thousands of disabled people.
The care sector has been landed with a massive £400 million bill and many providers now face bankruptcy. This could mean the end of social care as we know it.
Please sign our petition to #StopSleepInCrisis by urging the Government to fix this problem, which they have created.
The future care of the most vulnerable people in our society must be protected.Find out more
Sign the #StopSleepInCrisis petition
Please sign our petition to help protect vital support for thousands of disabled people.
The Government has caused this problem and only they can fix it.
Sign our petition to #StopSleepInCrisis and help keep vulnerable people safe.Sign the petition
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Celebrities for #StopSleepInCrisis
Joanna Lumley, Kit Harington, Jodie Whittaker, Jo Whiley, Mathew Horne and Kate Spicer have joined our appeal to protect the future care of people with a learning disability.
Hear what they have to say about the #StopSleepInCrisis campaign and how you can show your support.
Share this video across social media to help us spread the word!
You can also find out more about this campaign on our #StopSleepInCrisis webpage.