By David Gladstone
First released in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
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The last half century has been characterized by major shifts in policy, and radical changes also in the ways in which policy is developed. As a result, the initiative has shifted, first from the Ministry of Education to the local education authorities, and then, from the mid 1970s, back increasingly to the Department of Education. A distinction can be made between the first 25 years when a relatively tight knit policy community operated, at least so far as schools and further education were concerned, and the more recent period when a great many more actors impinge on the process and the Department’s aspirations have grown.
WAR AND WELFARE 15 Race and the consensus As part of the Conservative party’s rethink in the wake of its electoral defeat in 1945, Quintin Hogg (now Lord Hailsham) (1947) suggested that “the nation, not the class struggle, is…at the base of Conservative political thinking”. In the period of so-called “consensus” both political parties were required to engage issues of nationality and nationhood in response to the predominantly “black” post-war immigration and the perceived threat to race relations in certain parts of the country More recently, the “new racism” has emphasized the continuity of shared language, customs and institutions, “cultural codes of behaviour and expectations which are exclusionary towards the claims of black people” (Saggar 1992).
Because contributions are now earnings related, “people in lower paid jobs take longer to satisfy the contribution conditions”, and because of their concentration in low paid work, and the likelihood that they will have interrupted work histories, it is women from ethnic minorities who are most likely to be excluded from the insurance sector of social security. The employment issue transcends its relationship to the social security system, however, and has been central to the immigrant experience since the Second World War.
British Social Welfare: Past, Present And Future by David Gladstone