I just wonder if we will ever get a sensible solution to dealing with the issue of increased adult social care costs. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.th...elling-social-care-provision-on-state-pension Now I'm not necessarily saying everything Green says is correct but the gist, that the elderly and soon to be elderly (baby boomers) need to pay their way in old age. We will be moving into a situation where more will be out of work than in work and a generation which prospered massively on the boom, are now expecting the generation being hammered by the bust to pay for them. What's worse is we know this is an issue but whenever either party beings it up it gets politicised to try and grab power (see the Labour response) when this is potentially such a huge issue it needs cross party consensus to address it. What are people's thoughts? I despair and think we will stay stuck in limbo until it hits a wall as there is no compromise in politics these days.