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In 1932 the number of unemployed in Britain rose to 2,700,000. The National Government cut Unemployment enefit and intorduced a 'means test', an inquiry into the personal and family income of each applicant for benefit. This led to widespread protests.

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In 1932 the number of unemployed in Britain rose to 2,700,000. The National Government cut Unemployment enefit and intorduced a 'means test', an inquiry into the personal and family income of each applicant for benefit. This led to widespread protests.