The Creation and imapact of the National Health Service

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Family Allowances Act
(1945) Allowance of 5 shillings per child in any family.
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National Insurance Act
(1946) Benefits for any worker who was unemployed, injured of sick.
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National Health Service Act
(1946) The NHS was set up in 1948 and gave free healthcare to all.
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Town and Country Planning and New Towns Act
(1947) Clearance of slums and bomb-damaged housing and relocation of many of the poorest in Britain’s cities to new towns.
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Children''s Act
(1948) Local authorities required to set up services for the protection of children.
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Housing Act
(1949) A massive programme of building new housing to meet the latest specification.
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(1946) Benefits for any worker who was unemployed, injured of sick.

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National Insurance Act

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(1946) The NHS was set up in 1948 and gave free healthcare to all.

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(1947) Clearance of slums and bomb-damaged housing and relocation of many of the poorest in Britain’s cities to new towns.

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(1948) Local authorities required to set up services for the protection of children.

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