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GCSE Liberal Reforms

1906 Free School Meals- all children of a certain age were entitled to free school meals
1907 School Medical Inspections
1909 Old Age Pensions Act- people over 70 receive 5 shillings per week state pension as long as their income is less than 12 shillings a week. Labour exchanges- set up to help the unemployed find work
1911 National Insurance Act- Workers could pay a portion of their wages to the government for free medical healthcare when they were ill and sick pay.
1875 Artisan Dwellings Act- government were given the power to buy and demolish slum housing
1866 Sanitary Act- all towns had to appoint inspectors to check water supply and drainage
1878 Public Health Act- towns had to appoint health inspectors and sanitary inspectors. Local authorities were given the power to enforce regulations on water supplies and sanitation
1848 First Public Health Act- asked councils to set up their own board of health, appoint local medical officers, clear rubbish from the streets and build sewers. Wasn't compulsory so most councils ignored it
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