Much immigration policy is based around three misunderstandings – on what employers, the public and migrants themselves want.
This shift in focus on social care funding could inject some honesty into the system.
An emphasis on the autonomy of people with learning disabilities has put distance between care workers and the people they support.
Like many other parts of the UK, Scotland faces problems in attracting a migrant workforce that is crucial to the country's future prosperity.
Japan has a big ageing population, and others are looking to it for answers in how to provide better care for the elderly.
Older people are less lonely than we think, but more importantly loneliness is something they face all year round – not just at Christmas.
Migration may help to pay Western pensions, but life is hard for those left behind.
People with learning disabilities need to have a say in the government policy that rules their lives.
Labour's pro-NHS, anti-cuts message appealed to both Leavers and Remainers.
After the Conservatives' U-turn on social care, how do the parties compare?
One policy above all others will haunt the Tory election campaign to the bitter end.
Theresa May's U-turn on social care funding shows how hard it is to fix. But there is a logical solution.
The Conservatives will have less wiggle-room this time around.
An extra £2 billion for social care is a drop in the ocean.
It's not all about health and wealth.
Companies that care about the bottom line will have their attention divided between profit and patients.
Too many older people are restricted from receiving state help for their care needs.
Caring takes time and resources so when it ends, many find themselves left behind.
It's no longer about taking dementia seriously, but doing something serious about it.
Making the NHS a seven-day service would intensify the pressure on the groaning social care system.