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What was Charles Booths findings?
Around 30% of the population lived below the 'poverty line'. The main cause of poverty was sickness, old age, unemployment, large families and low wage.
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What was Seebohm Rowntrees findings?
Around 30% of the population living in poverty had an income of around £1 a week or less.
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When was the free schools meal act?
1906
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When was attention turned to medical service?
1907
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When did schools start to provide medical treatment?
1912
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When did the protective persons act for children start?
1908
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When did the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lloyd George introduce a government- funded old pension?
1908
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Which country was known as the 'workshop of the world'?
Britain
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What does 'Laissez-faire' mean?
To leave alone
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Who was not able to receive pension?
Families of workers were not entitled to free treatment and widows did not receive pension?
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When was the free schools meal act?

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