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1875
Artisans' Dwellings Act and second public health act.
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1906
Free school meals introduced. (educations act.)
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1907
School medical inspections.
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1908
Old age pensions act. Children and Young Persons' act.
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what was the childrens and young persons act?
it made it illegal for children younger than 16 could not buy cigarettes or go to the pub.
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when did Lloyd George become prime minister?
1916
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when were labour exchanges (job centres) set up?
1909
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when was the national insurance act?
1911
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when were the three cholera outbreaks?
1932, '48 and '53
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name three model villages
Bournville, Port Sunshine and Saltaire
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social reformer who wrote Poverty, A Study of Town Life
Rowntree
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who wrote The Chadwick Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population
Edwin Chadwick
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What did Chadwick write.
The Chadwick Inquiry on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population
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what was the street called that Snow studied around the water pump?
Broad Street
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when was the labour exchange act?
1909
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when was the peoples budget?
1909
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William Beveridge was an economist and social reformer who worked for the Board of Trade He worked with Winston Churchill to create a minimum wage for workers in 1909, and he published the hugely influential Beveridge report in 1942.
In 1909, Beveridge also helped Churchill to pass the Labour Exchange Act. Labour exchanges were like job centres. Unemployed workers could go there to find out about job vacancies.
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Old age pensions act. Children and Young Persons' act.

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