Insolvencies among care home operators are at a record high and likely to continue without government action.
Former Labour health secretary says redistribution of the new homes bonus means less money for some local authorities.
The Labour leader has written to Theresa May, calling for "urgent talks" to address a deepening crisis in adult social care.
Why should the public be made to foot the bill for Tory incompetence?
Postcode lottery revealed as government prepares to allow local authorities to bring forward council tax rises to avert crisis.
The introduction of a new 'NHS Funding Rule' in England would help increase funding by £7 billion over the next five years, think-tank claims says.
Research by TrustedCare.co.uk reveals huge rise in costs yet number of services rated as good or outstanding has fallen.
Theresa May under pressure as doctors urge funding U-turn and cross-party alliance warns millions of people are at risk.
More than 6.4 million people aged 65 and over live in areas without enough care to meet demand – especially specialist dementia care, says research.
Unison says an expected £2.4 billion 'surplus' in business taxes should be used to help ease the adult social care crisis in England.
Vulnerable older people are being denied showers, visits to the toilet, and wheelchairs, report says.
Deal for Bath and north-east Somerset area sparks new fears about private firms’ role in providing publicly funded healthcare.
Complaints over the quality of home care services for elderly and disabled people in England have risen by 25% over the past year.
Survey provides fresh evidence of a deepening crisis is adult social care funding in England.
Half a million older people at risk from £513 million UK homecare deficit.
Sector desperately needs more nurses to protect the quality of care, says recruitment firm.
Care Quality Commission says level of cuts to service is affecting A&E units, causing bedblocking and failing elderly at-home patients.
CQC warns that sector as a whole is at risk as providers of care for elderly and disabled people pull out over rising costs and cuts to council budgets.
Rochdale Council has defended a set of controversial cost saving plans for learning disability services.
Report also says 'older people are paying the price for cuts to social care', with a rising number left without any support at all.