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Parliamentary Questions is a selection of recent written questions from MPs to government ministers in the House of Commons. The answers from ministers highlighted in this section focus on social security matters which may be of general interest to readers. Published in daily and weekly editions of Hansard, questions and answers across a range of issues can also now be found online at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmhansrd.htm.

In addition to written parliamentary questions, Hansard also covers Oral Answers from the ministers in the Department for Work and Pensions on a regular basis. In recent months, ministers have also started making written ministerial statements on occasions. These are printed just before the written answers in Hansard, and often cover announcements of substantive policy changes or the publication of reports etc.

Because of the availability of parliamentary answers on the website, only a few significant answers will be reproduced in full in Benefits from now on. Other important answers will be listed, in chronological date order within each topic. (Please note that this will not be a complete list of parliamentary answers on social security benefits, but only those which the contributor thinks fairly important.) The answers below start from January 2003, and cover January and most of February. There are unfortunately none from November or December 2002, due to the changeover of contributor for Parliamentary Questions from Marilyn Howard to Fran Bennett.

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Author: Fran Bennett

Parliamentary Questions is a selection of recent written questions from MPs to government ministers in the House of Commons. The answers from ministers highlighted in this section focus on social security, tax credits and poverty matters that may be of general interest to readers. Published in daily and weekly editions of Hansard, questions and answers across a range of issues can also now be found online at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/hansrd.htm

In addition to written parliamentary questions, Hansard also covers oral answers from the ministers in the Department for Work and Pensions and other departments on a regular basis. Recently ministers also started making written ministerial statements. These are printed just before the written answers in Hansard, and often cover announcements of substantive policy changes, the publication of reports etc.

Because of the availability of parliamentary answers on the website, only a few significant answers are now reproduced in full in Benefits. Other important answers are listed below, in chronological date order, within each topic. (Please note that this is not a complete list of parliamentary answers on social security benefits etc but only those which the contributor thinks fairly important and/or interesting within the limits of space.)

The answers below cover the period from the beginning of February to the end of May 2004. Some questions will have been addressed to the Treasury rather than to the Department for Work and Pensions, including the question reproduced in full.

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Author: Fran Bennett

Parliamentary Questions is a selection of written questions from MPs to government ministers in the House of Commons. The answers from ministers highlighted in this section focus on social security, tax credits and poverty matters that may be of general interest to readers. Published in daily and weekly editions of Hansard, questions and answers across a range of issues can also now be found online at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/hansrd.htm

In addition to written parliamentary questions, Hansard also covers oral answers from the ministers in the Department for Work and Pensions and other departments on a regular basis. Recently ministers also started making written ministerial statements. These are printed just before the written answers in Hansard, and often cover announcements of substantive policy changes, the publication of reports etc.

Because of the availability of parliamentary answers on the website, only a few significant answers are now reproduced in full in Benefits. Other important answers are listed below, in chronological order, within each topic. (Please note that this is not a complete list of parliamentary answers on social security benefits etc., but only those which the contributor thinks fairly important and/or interesting within the limits of space.)

The answers below cover the period from early June to late October 2004. Some questions may have been addressed to the Treasury rather than to the Department for Work and Pensions.

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Author: Fran Bennett

Parliamentary Questions is a selection of recent written questions from MPs to government ministers in the House of Commons. The answers from ministers highlighted in this section focus on social security matters which may be of general interest to readers. Published in daily and weekly editions of Hansard, questions and answers across a range of issues can also now be found online at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmhansrd.htm.

In addition to written parliamentary questions, Hansard also covers oral answers from the ministers in the Department for Work and Pensions on a regular basis. In recent months, ministers have also started making written ministerial statements. These are printed just before the written answers in Hansard, and often cover announcements of substantive policy changes, the publication of reports, and so on.

Because of the availability of parliamentary answers on the website, only a few significant answers are now reproduced in full in Benefits. Other important answers are listed, in chronological date order, within each topic. (Please note that this is not a complete list of parliamentary answers on social security benefits, but only those which the contributor thinks fairly important and/or interesting, within the limits of space.)

The answers on the following pages cover the period from late February until late June 2003.

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Author: Fran Bennett

Parliamentary Questions is a selection of recent written questions from MPs to government ministers in the House of Commons. The answers from ministers highlighted in this section focus on social security, tax credits and poverty matters that may be of general interest to readers. Published in daily and weekly editions of Hansard, questions and answers across a range of issues can also now be found online at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmhansrd.htm.

In addition to written parliamentary questions, Hansard also covers oral answers from the ministers in the Department for Work and Pensions and other departments on a regular basis. In recent months, ministers have also started making written ministerial statements. These are printed just before the written answers in Hansard, and often cover announcements of substantive policy changes, the publication of reports etc.

Because of the availability of parliamentary answers on the website, only a few significant answers are now reproduced in full in Benefits. Other important answers are listed, in chronological date order, within each topic. (Please note that this is not a complete list of parliamentary answers on social security benefits, but only those which the contributor thinks fairly important and/or interesting, within the limits of space.)

The answers below cover the period from late June until mid-October. Some of the answers are those given to oral questions, in addition to the more usual written questions.

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Author: Fran Bennett

Parliamentary Questions is a selection of recent written questions from MPs to government ministers in the House of Commons. The answers from ministers highlighted in this section focus on social security, tax credits and poverty matters that may be of general interest to readers. Published in daily and weekly editions of Hansard, questions and answers across a range of issues can also now be found online at www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/hansrd.htm

In addition to written parliamentary questions, Hansard also covers oral answers from the ministers in the Department for Work and Pensions and other departments on a regular basis. In recent months, ministers have also started making written ministerial statements. These are printed just before the written answers in Hansard, and often cover announcements of substantive policy changes, the publication of reports and so on.

Because of the availability of parliamentary answers on the website, only a few significant answers are now reproduced in full in Benefits. Other important answers are listed, in chronological date order, within each topic. (Please note that this is not a complete list of parliamentary answers on social security benefits etc, but only those that the contributor thinks fairly important and/or interesting within the limits of space.)

The answers below cover the period from mid-October 2003 to the end of January 2004.

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