when was liberal reforms introduced?

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The liberal reforms were introduced when Lloyd George needed more money and he did this by taxing the rich and the landowners more than everybody else. 

Posted Thu 14th June, 2012 @ 19:56 by Sophie Cottrill

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The liberal reforms were introduced in:

1906 - Free Schools Meals

1907 - Free School Medical Inspections

1908 - Pensions Act & Childrens Act 

1909 - Labour Exchanges Act

1911 - National Insurance Act part I - Sick Pay

1912 - National Insurance Act part II - Unemployment pay (dole)


That is all I can remember, there might be more, but I think I only missed out one about the lords in 1911, but I can't remember its name.  

Answered Thu 14th June, 2012 @ 20:11 by Frazer Bennett Wilford