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1. what was the principle of laissez faire?

  • Individuals were solely responsible for their own lives and welfare
  • Every individual was entitled to help if they needed it
  • Every individual was born equal
  • People can take care of themselves
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2. what was the compulsory payment towards the national insurance?

  • worker: 4 pence employer: 3 pence state: 2 pence
  • worker: 1 pence employer: 3 pence state: 10 pence
  • Worker: 3 pence employer: 2 pence state: 6 pence
  • worker: 9 pence employer: 1 pence state: 4 pence

3. What was Lloyd Georges role in parliament?

  • Minister of transport
  • Chancellor of the exchequer
  • Minister of education
  • Prime minister

4. To be accepted for the national insurance you had to earn under...

  • £120 a year
  • £90 a year
  • £160 a year
  • £80 a year
  • £400 a pound a year

5. when did the government allow local authorities to provide free school meals to schools?

  • 1911
  • 1907
  • 1906
  • 1909

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