In 1906 to 1914 the Liberal Government passed reforms to help reduce poverty. Legislation included the introduction of old age pensions, free school meals, National Insurance and labour exchanges.
When was the Provision of Meals Act passed?
What did the Administrative Provisions Act of 1907 give children?
Free medical Inspections
Free school uniform
Who paid for health insurance for workers?
The employee, the employer and the goverment
The employee, the employer and the trade union
The employee, the employer and the employee's family
How long could an employee be absent from work for before payments stopped?
What helped the unemployed find work?
The Coal Mines Act of 1908 meant miners could only work how many hours?
10 hours a day
6 hours a day
8 hours a day
When was the Shops Act passed?