Liberal Reform Dates

1867
Dr Thomas Barnado started a network of childrens homes
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1878
Salvation army had 45 branches
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1900
Salvation army was runnign its own training centres.
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1886-1903
Charles Booth investigated living conditions, income and spending in london
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1900-1901
Rowntree looks into main reasons for poverty
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1899-1902
Boer War
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1900
Socialists formed the Labour party
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1906
General election- 400 libs, 157 cons, 83 irish nat, 29 labour
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1906
free school meals
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1907
School medical inspections
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1908
The childrens act
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1908
The pensions act
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1908
LLoyd George becomes chancellor of the exchequer
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1909
Llody George budget "peoples budget"
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1909
Labour exchange act
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1909
Royal commision reported that the poor law should be reformed and then recommended abolition
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1911
National insurance Act 1- Sickness
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1912
National insurance Act 2- Unemployment
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1914
14 million free schoo meals were being cooked for around 158,000 children
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1914
Most local councils were providing some free medical treatment for children
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1929
Poor law abolished
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William Booth and Catherine Booth
Founders of the Salvation army
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Charles Booth
Invented the "Poverty line" .. 4 types of poor; A.B,C,D
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Seebohm Rowntree
developed Booths poverty line... Primary and Secondry poverty line
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Dr Thomas Barnado
Founder of Dr Banardo's childrens homes
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David Lloyd George
Chancellor of the Exchequer 1906-1916 Priminster 1916-1922 -liberal
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Marquis of Salisbury
Priminster 1895-1902 -conservative
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Arthur James Balfour
Primeminster 1902-1905 -conservative
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Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
Primeminister 1905-1908 -liberal
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Herbert Asquith
Primeminster 1908-1916 -liberal
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