Although we might regard this as similar in spirit to postwar poverty lines based on National Assistance
or Supplementary benefit scales, it is important to recognise that the interwar social security system was not conceived in the same way as a universal guarantee of subsistence income.
But in taking this position, he ignores the relationship between local and national politics that springs from racial conflict, the urban/suburban divide, the widespread depiction of urban populations as unworthy of national assistance
, and the general effect of the Republican party's agenda.
From the initial formulation of the Poor Law through to the National Assistance
Act there has been concern about the welfare of the old, the ill and the unemployed.
Only in 1948, with the creation of the National Assistance
Board to handle relief for those outside the contributory benefit system, was Poor Law legislation formally repealed.
Kiplinger urged industry support for the bills by pointing out the "widespread national assistance
for foundries throughout Europe and the United Kingdom, and the Far East.
Bluepoint Solutions today announced it is partnering with the Las Vegas chapter of the national Assistance
League to support the needs of Operation School Bell, a volunteer-based program that provides children in need with new school clothing, jackets, shoes, backpacks and school supplies.
Regional cooperation in the Eastern Neighbourhood complements national assistance
programmes by funding actions addressing common regional challenges, and encourages intra-regional cooperation dialogue and knowledge sharing.
Yes, National Assistance
, which I can just remember, started in 1948, followed by Social Security in 1966, then Disability Living Allowance (John Major's baby) in 1992 and now, if it ever happens, Universal Credit.
6) In this absence of new legislation, services developed under the 1948 National Assistance
This week's application for a judicial review heard claims from Patricia Robertson QC, for BCC, that the council was in breach of its responsibilities under the 1948 National Assistance
Act to secure residential accommodation for vulnerable people.
At the same time, MEPs called on the European Commission to support, "with all financial and political means," Belarusian civil society, by inter alia redirecting European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and national assistance
to NGOs, independent media ventures and scholarships for students repressed for their anti-regime activities.
May 10, 1951: The register of unemployment showed that only 43 people in Huddersfield Borough were in receipt of unemployment benefit or national assistance