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National Insurance

National Insurance (NI) is a fundamental component of the welfare state in the United Kingdom. It acts as a form of social security, since payment of NI contributions establishes entitlement to certain state benefits for workers and their families. Introduced by the National Insurance Act 1911 and expanded by the Labour government in 1948, the system has been subjected to numerous amendments in succeeding years. Initially, it was a contributory form of... Wikipedia

Articles tagged national insurance

  • May 18th 2022
  • Government windfall tax U-turn inevitable, says Keir Starmer

  • May 17th 2022
  • What options does the government have to ease cost of living crisis?

  • Sir Edward Leigh Reminds Rishi About Bush & Major’s Recession Tax Rises Sketch Round-Up Quote of the Day Guidogram

  • May 15th 2022
  • Sunday shows: Labour looking at common ownership, Miliband says

  • May 13th 2022
  • Can the UK recession be avoided?

  • May 12th 2022
  • What Can Be Done About the Cost-of-Living Crisis? #Sponsored Seen Elsewhere Quote of the Day Guidogram

  • Freeports: What will they bring to Wales?

  • May 11th 2022
  • A wealth tax could create an emergency fund to get people through this crisis

  • Gove rules out emergency Budget and rejects claims government split on issue

  • Stuart Patrick: Chancellor must now cut VAT on business energy bills from 20 to 5

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