Wartime Reports, committees and measures which made plans for reconstruction after the war

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Describe the 1941 Post - War Problems Committee
Chaired by the Tory, R.A. Butler, this began to consider post - war reform and reconstruction
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Describe 1942 Beveridge Report
Influential report which aimed to deal with poverty, ill - health and unemployment after the war
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Summarise the 1940 Barlow Report, 1942 Uthwatt Report, 1942 Scott Report and the 1944 White Paper on Land use
These reports paved the way for the purchase of land after the war for development of housing the location of industries to be controlled; and for planning of new towns, conservation areas and control of smoke.
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Describe the 1944 Full Employment in a Free Society
Brought health and employment insurance under one ministry. Previously been divided between Health and Labour
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Describe the 1944 Town and Country Planning Act
Ministry of town and country planning had been set up in 1943, and this act dealt with reconstruction of badly bombed or 'blighted' areas.
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Describe the 1944 Education Act
Each area in Britain was to provide a varied and comprehensive education service. School leaving age was raised to 15 by 1947 and then after that to 16, education was to be divided into primary (5-10) and secondary (11-16) and tertiary to 16.
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Describe 1942 Beveridge Report

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Influential report which aimed to deal with poverty, ill - health and unemployment after the war

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