The rich and middle-aged should be taxed more to pay for the NHS and social care, a new report suggests.
The report, by leading think-tank The King's Fund, said free TV licences for the over-75s and winter fuel payments should only be given to those most in need.
It also suggested that fewer people should be eligible for free prescriptions through the health service.
The expert panel concluded that health and social care funding in England should be brought together under one budget, with funds divided out by a single commissioner.
By 2025 they claim this would cost between 11 and 12 per cent of England's economic output - in line with many other countries around the world.
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