Tax and benefit system in the United Kingdom
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National Insurance (NI) is a tax in the United Kingdom which is paid by workers and employers. It acts as a form of Social security, since payment of NI establishes entitlement to certain state benefits. Introduced by the National Insurance Act 1911 and expanded by the Labour government in 1948, the system has been subjected to numerous amendments in succeeding years. National Insurance contributes a significant proportion of the UK Government's revenue.
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