The aim of the UK’s National Insurance scheme is to protect members of the population of the nation who fall upon hard times. However, its resemblance to commercially based insurance is limited in that only in part does it involve the payment of compulsory and voluntary contributions by people with some link to the UK (e.g. residence, presence, or habitual residence in the UK) to provide for certain state benefits. It is in reality a system of social insurance.

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