Mr Corbyn said Labour should not compromise its commitment to the welfare state: "In the 1940s, national assistance
and national insurance and all those pieces of legislation said that nobody should live in destitution," he said.
That was our inspiration," said member of the management of a national assistance
campaign that started early this year covering all the Syrian provinces, referring to a report published by Syrian media.
Years ago whilst employed by the then National Assistance
Board (we now know as DWP), they often took people off unemployment benefit by putting them on to snow clearance or helping the city in other ways.
Lists of resources for local and national assistance
9 --(BNA)-- The Royal Charity Organization (RCO)'s Secretary-General also Chairman of the National Assistance
Committee's Executive Panel, Dr.
Then it was the Asians who they had marked as scroungers with the first thing they learned when they arrived being national assistance
Those who contact LRRRC when they arrive home in their community may qualify for additional national assistance
The old welfare system was abolished in the National Assistance
Act 1948, which provided a safety net for the homeless, the disabled, and unmarried "mothers, as well as the elderly living below the poverty line.
Unfortunately Mr Atkinson has also been assessed as not being eligible for help under the National Assistance
As president of the Assistance League of Austin and board member of the National Assistance
League, Suanne is the model for servant leadership.
The option of my father giving up work to care for us and claiming benefits simply did not exist in the days of the National Assistance
The council's hands are tied by the National Assistance
Act which demands that Local Authorities set a standard charge for their residential homes at an amount equivalent to the full cost of providing the accommodation.