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Labour is drawing up plans to offer all pensioners state-funded care in their homes, as Jeremy Corbyn attempts to steal a march from Boris Johnson on a key election issue, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Mr Corbyn's party is preparing to pledge "free personal care" for over-65s, after a similar policy was endorsed by a panel of influential peers, including two former chancellors.

Shadow ministers are even considering nationalising some care homes as part of a radical package of measures designed to show that Labour would tackle the social care crisis facing the country's aging population. One claimed that the record of homes run by "profit-making" organisations was "appalling".

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Labour is drawing up plans to offer all pensioners state-funded care in their homes, as Jeremy Corbyn attempts to steal a march from Boris Johnson on a key election issue, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Mr Corbyn's party is preparing to pledge "free personal care" for over-65s, after a similar policy was endorsed by a panel of influential peers, including two former chancellors.

Shadow ministers are even considering nationalising some care homes as part of a radical package of measures designed to show that Labour would tackle the social care crisis facing the country's aging population. One claimed that the record of homes run by "profit-making" organisations was "appalling".

The plans for...

Labour is drawing up plans to offer all pensioners state-funded care in their homes, as Jeremy Corbyn attempts to steal a march from Boris Johnson on a key election issue, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Mr Corbyn's party is preparing to pledge "free personal care" for over-65s, after a similar policy was endorsed by a panel of influential peers, including two former chancellors.

Shadow ministers are even considering nationalising some care homes as part of a radical package of measures designed to show that Labour would tackle the social care crisis facing the country's aging population. One claimed that the record of homes run by "profit-making" organisations was "appalling".

The plans for...

Labour is drawing up plans to offer all pensioners state-funded care in their homes, as Jeremy Corbyn attempts to steal a march from Boris Johnson on a key election issue, The Sunday Telegraph can disclose.

Mr Corbyn's party is preparing to pledge "free personal care" for over-65s, after a similar policy was endorsed by a panel of influential peers, including two former chancellors.

Shadow ministers are even considering nationalising some care homes as part of a radical package of measures designed to show that Labour would tackle the social care crisis facing the country's aging population. One claimed that the record of homes run by "profit-making" organisations was "appalling".

The plans for...