Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
I understand that the National Insurance Scheme was introduced in the 1940's and people began paying in so they could claim sickness benefit and a pension, but presumably when it started, there was no money in the fund to pay, did the government plough money into the fund to get it up and running or did the sick and those reaching pension age have to wait until there were adequate funds from those paying in?
Where can I find this information please...
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