Ban on care home residents taking trips faces legal challengeon April 2, 2021 at 5:14 am

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Campaigners say banning residents aged 65 and over from taking trips outside homes is unlawful.

“The 440,000 people living in care homes include some who moved in through their own volition, with full mental capacity, never guessing that this simple freedom, enjoyed by everyone else in the population, apart from prisoners, could so easily be denied them,” campaign founder Julia Jones said.

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