By Timothy Raison
This publication is worried with domestic affairs or social coverage within the British procedure - particularly in schooling, health and wellbeing, housing, social safety and features of the house Office's paintings. It handles the topic when it comes to what the Conservative social gathering inspiration and did approximately it from 1939 to 1988.
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As the Jewkeses put it: If it be true that the British people embarked upon the experiment of the National Health Service in the belief that their existing medical facilities were noticeably inferior to those found in other countries, that British medicine had failed to provide widespread service in times of sickness to the whole community and that administrative changes could of themselves produce miracles, then undoubtedly they were the victims of illusion. With an eye to the future they continued: And, in turn, their rulers were in error if they supposed that people, left to their own devices, will never give high enough priority to medical advice and treatment and that, given this inherent defect in individual judgement, nothing short of central control and operation by government can put things right.
Powell ended on a 'One Nation' note: It is a caricature of our society to see it divided into antagonistic classes and sections with mutually opposing interests - employers against employees, suppliers against consumers, landlords against tenants ... if our laws are justly and reasonably frarned, the profit and advantage of one section is the gain and not the loss of another section, the gain of one can contribute and should contribute to the comfort and convenience of the other and the nation can be richer and stronger by the mutual and not conflicting interests of both.
The opposition spokesman, G. S. Lindgren, rather concentrated on stressing that the Chancellor's problems had largely risen from the strain on the economy caused by the 300 000 a year target. Probably the most significant development in domestic policy under Eden was the programme for the expansion of technical education launched by Sir David Eccles in his white paper7 published in February 1956. The plan did not require legislation and it was based on a voluntary system: but it set out clear targets.
Tories and the Welfare State: A History of Conservative Social Policy since the Second World War by Timothy Raison