Boris Johnson’s £12bn tax improve to pay for well being and social care has cleared the Commons.
MPs voted 307 to 251, majority 56, to approve the Well being and Social Care Levy Invoice.
The laws shall be scrutinised by friends within the Home of Lords at a later date.
The prime minister final week announced there would be a 1.25% increase in Nationwide Insurance coverage contributions from April 2022 in a bid to deal with the funding disaster within the well being and social care system.
Mr Johnson has mentioned the additional money will assist deal with the backlog within the NHS brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to cowl the price of reforming the social care system in England.
Downing Road mentioned the modifications will finish the “unpredictable and catastrophic” care prices confronted by households.
From October 2023, anybody who has belongings underneath £20,000 could have their care prices coated in full by the state.
These with belongings between £20,000 and £100,000 shall be anticipated to contribute to their prices, however can even get some assist from the state.
Below the plans, nobody must pay greater than £86,000 for care prices of their lifetime.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Eire will get an additional £2.2bn in well being and social care spending as a part of the levy.