Between 1906 and 1914, the Liberals introduced social reforms to assist the young, old, unemployed, sick and workers generally. They had a limited impact on improving people's lives.
Which groups did the Liberal Government aim to help with the social reforms they made?
The elderly, the sick and the unemployed
The elderly, the young, the sick and the unemployed
The elderly, the young, the wealthy and the unemployed
When was the Education (Provisions of Meals) Act passed?
Which Act legislated for medical inspections for children in schools?
Education (Provision of Meals) Act
Education (Administrative Provisions) Act
What outlawed children begging?
The Education (Provision of Meals) Act
The Children's Act
The Education (Administrative Provisions) Act
Which of these would have been able to claim a state pension from 1908?
A British citizen who had lived in the UK for 25 years
A British citizen who had been released from jail 5 years previously
A British citizen convicted under the Inebriates Act 7 years previously
When did benefits under the National Insurance Act Part 1, stop?
After 23 weeks
After 25 years
After 26 weeks
Why did the system set up under the National Insurance Act Part 2 break down after WWI?
Unemployment severely decreased
Employment increased a little
Unemployment severely increased
What began to be set up in 1909 to help the unemployed find work?
Under the Coal Mines Regulation Act of 1908, how long was the working day to be set at in coal mines?
How many holidays per week were shop workers entitled to under the Shops Act, 1911?
Half a day