Stalin, Churchill y Truman (así como Clement Attlee, que sucedió a Churchill tras ganar las elecciones de 1945) habían acordado decidir cómo administrarían Alemania, que se había rendido incondicionalmente nueve semanas antes, el 8 de mayo.
National Insurance (NI) is a fundamental component of the welfare state in the United Kingdom.It acts as a form of social security, since payment of NI contributions establishes entitlement to certain state benefits for workers and their families.
El primer ministro del Reino Unido, Clement Attlee, informó que las fuerzas navales inglesas destacadas en aguas japonesas (el portaaviones ligero HMS Triumph, el crucero HMS Jamaica, algunos destructores y fragatas, además de un buque hospital) apoyarían la resolución de las Naciones Unidas, a lo que se sumaron el 29 de junio los gobiernos de Canadá, Australia y Nueva Zelanda.
Winston Churchill, who had served for most of the war as British prime minister in a coalition government, was replaced during the conference by Clement Attlee. Churchill's administration had a Soviet policy since the early 1940s that differed considerably from Roosevelt's and believed Stalin to be a "devil"-like tyrant, who led a vile system. 
Clement Attlee: Winston Churchill: Archibald Sinclair: Party Labour: Conservative: Liberal: Leader since 25 October 1935: 9 October 1940 26 November 1935 Leader's seat Limehouse: Woodford: Caithness and Sutherland (defeated) Last election 154 seats, 38.0% 429 seats, 51.8% 21 seats, 6.7% Seats won 393: 212: 12 Seat change 239 217 9 Popular vote ...
Labour served in the wartime coalition of 1940–1945, after which Clement Attlee's Labour government established the National Health Service and expanded the welfare state from 1945 to 1951. Under Harold Wilson and James Callaghan, Labour again governed from 1964 to 1970 and 1974 to 1979.
Earl Attlee is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 16 December 1955 for Clement Attlee , the former Labour prime minister . At the same time he was made Viscount Prestwood , of Walthamstow in the County of Essex , which serves as the subsidiary title to the earldom and is also in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.