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The Poor Law Origins of Relief for
The Origins of Unemployment Insurance
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Action Group Bulletin Annual Report appointed Assistance Board Beatrice Webb Benefit Appeal Tribunals Beveridge's British cent chairmen claimants claims clerk Cmnd considerable contribution Council on Tribunals criticism decision disqualification effect employers example Franks Committee G. D. H. Cole George Lansbury Government H. C. Deb Hansard hearing ibid industrial injury insurance benefits Insurance Officer insurance scheme Julian Fulbrook Justice Kathleen Bell Labour Exchanges lawyers Legal Action Group legal aid legislation Lord ment mentary Benefit Michael Adler National Assistance National Insurance Commissioners payments Pensions perhaps Poor Law poverty practice Presenting Officer principle problems Professor Bell's questions relation relief Royal Commission rules Ruth Lister Sir William Beveridge social insurance social security tribunals Society SS Act statutory structure Supplementary Benefit Appeal Supplementary Benefits Handbook survey Tony Lynes trade union tribunal members unemployed Unemployment Assistance Board unemployment benefit unemployment insurance wingmen workers workhouse