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British economist (born in India) whose report on social insurance provided the basis for most of the social legislation on which the welfare state in the United Kingdom is based (1879-1963)

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Beveridge has been drafted in as a last minute replacement for head COACHTONY Garbeletto, who was abruptly sacked by basketballscotland in February.
The Beveridge Report, published in November 1942, proposed widespread reforms to the system of social welfare to address what he described as the five "Giant Evils in society": squalor, ignorance, want, idleness and disease.
The oldest member admitted he was born in the year that Lord Beveridge laid the foundations of the welfare state in 1942.
Odulio and Good met Beveridge at a blending room in the Johnnie Walker House in Beijing.
In the first section, Beveridge traces the history of fairy tales, starting with the early Celtic and Norse storytelling traditions.
His audiences' wishes notwithstanding, Beveridge did promote his views on world affairs.
Matthew Dunford, prosecuting, told how the gang's boss, Beveridge, resorted to violent intimidation in pursuit of drug cash.
Recorder David Myerson QC called Beveridge into the witness box and asked him: "Why did you agree to supply cocaine?
Mr Beveridge (pictured) joins the renewable energy investor and developer with experience in business development, sales and account management at Carillion and John Laing.
Former policeman Beveridge issued a state-ment to his constituents, saying he was "alarmed by the climate of fear, intimidation and false allegations which operates within the SNP locally".
Beveridge had been at the helm of a major corporate with 3,000 employees and a billion dollar turnover.
Zach is a very intelligent kid who has earned the right to make some calls at the line,'' Beveridge said.
Judith Beveridge (born 1956) is a contemporary Australian poet, editor and academic.
Early on in the current recovery, economists and policymakers were worried about a potential shift in the Beveridge curve--an empirical relationship between job openings and unemployment that is viewed as a measure of the efficiency with which the labor market is matching unemployed workers to the available openings.
Robert Beveridge, 56, was arrested after police linked his house in Saltcoats, Ayrshire, to a computer IP address receiving obscene material.