Oral Answers to Questions — Social Security

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  • Pensioners (Telephone Bills) (8 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security if he has made any estimate of the financial position of pensioners who receive social security pensions in the light of their expenditure...

  • Savings (6 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security if he proposes to make any changes in the way income from savings is assessed for benefit purposes.

  • Earnings Disregard (10 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what plans he has to adjust the earnings disregard for single parents on income support.

  • Family Credit (10 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what has been the total value of spending on family credit since its introduction.

  • Pensioners' Incomes (8 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what is the latest estimate of the value of the average pensioner's income from savings and occupational pensions; and what were the comparable...

  • Students (8 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security if he will consider making some special provision for students during the summer vacation who are unable to obtain temporary employment; and if...

  • Pension Funds (6 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security when he expects to bring forward regulations to restrict self-investment by pension funds.

  • Family Credit (14 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security when a Minister from his Department last visited the national family credit unit at North Fylde.

  • Older Employees (Redundancies) (6 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security if he will consider establishing intermediate supplementary assistance on a short-term basis to assist older employees suffering unexpected...

  • Family Credit (6 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what percentage of current family credit applications are being approved.