By Robert Walker
Within the Beveridge Lecture, introduced on 18 March 1999, best Minister Tony Blair dedicated his executive to abolishing baby poverty inside twenty years. This publication provides this lecture along the perspectives of a few of Britain's prime coverage analysts and commentators.
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1999) Tightropes and tripwires: New Labour’s proposals and means-testing in old age, CASE Paper 23, London: London School of Economics. Roll, J. (1992) Understanding poverty, London: Family Policy Studies Centre. Sen, A. (1992) Inequality re-examined, Oxford: Clarendon Press. Social Exclusion Unit (1998) Bringing Britain together, London: The Stationery Office. Townsend, P. (1979) Poverty in the United Kingdom, Harmondsworth: Penguin. Veit-Wilson, J. (1994) ‘Condemned to deprivation: Beveridge’s responsibility for the invisibility of poverty’, in J.
Harris, J. (1977) William Beveridge:A biography, Oxford: Clarendon Press. 34 FIVE Beveridge and New Labour: poverty then and now John Hills Beveridge and the causes of ‘Want’ In his famous 1942 Report, Social insurance and allied services, Sir William Beveridge set out his plans for social security after the end of the War: The plan for Social Security … starts from a diagnosis of want – of the circumstances in which, in the years just preceding the present war, families and individuals in Britain might lack the means of healthy subsistence.
The linking of ‘welfare’ with ‘citizenship’, not in the legal but in the moral sense of the latter term: the whole package was premised on the principle that people would accept personal, familial and civic obligations in return for as-of-right benefits. • The assumption that it was normal for all able-bodied adult persons of both sexes to be in the labour market (and a large proportion of disabled people as well). The only exceptions should be mothers looking after children and carers in the home.
Ending child poverty : Popular welfare for the 21st Century by Robert Walker