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Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Attendance Allowance: Na-h-Eileanan an Iar (8 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The available information is in the table: Attendance a llowance - cases in payment in Na-h-Eileanan an I ar parliamentary constituency Quarter ending Number February 2007 880 May 2007 900 August 2007 930 November 2007 940 February 2008 960 May 2008 980 August 2008 1,030 November 2008 1,090 February 2009 1,090 May 2009 1,110 August 2009...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Carer's Allowance: Na-h-Eileanan an Iar (8 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The information is in the table: Carer's a llowance - cases in payment in Na-h-Eileanan an I ar parliamentary constituency Quarter ending Number February 2007 200 May 2007 200 August 2007 200 November 2007 200 February 2008 200 May 2008 200 August 2008 200 November 2008 200 February 2009 200 May 2009 190 August 2009 190 Notes: 1....

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Croydon (7 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: DWP leads the Government's response to some of the biggest issues facing the country-welfare and pension reform-and is a key player in tackling child poverty(1). As the biggest delivery Department in the UK, DWP makes a difference to millions of people every day, helping them to lead safer, fairer and more rewarding lives that are free from poverty. We want to give people more choice and...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Disability Living Allowance: Bexley (7 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The available information is in the table. Disability living a llowance: Cases in payment and percentage of population by award type, as at August 2009 for Bexleyheath and Crayford parliamentary constituency and the London borough of Bexley Disability living allowance-Care Disability living allowance-Mobility Total Higher rate Middle rate Lower rate Nil rate ...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Remploy: Consultants (7 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: A list of consultants that have been engaged by Remploy since March 2008 is provided in the following list. Total spending by Remploy on consultants between April 2008 and the end of February 2010 was £5.28 million. This expenditure reflects the additional costs of implementing Remploy's five-year modernisation plan including new IT infrastructure; the growth of Remploy's Employment Services...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Food (6 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The Department does not procure food directly, but has a contract for the provision of fully serviced accommodation which includes catering. The contract is with Telereal Trillium and its catering services supplier is Eurest (part of the Compass Group UK and Ireland). Since 2003, the Department has been working with these suppliers, actively pursuing a Public Sector Food Procurement...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Employment Schemes: Voluntary Organisations (6 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: Smaller, specialist organisations including those from the faith-based, voluntary and third sector already play an important role in delivering support to our customers. For example, as of 1 March 2010, 29 per cent. of the Department's Welfare to Work contracts were with providers from the third sector, compared to 38 per cent. from the private sector and 33 per cent. from the public sector....

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: Disabled (6 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The information is in the tables. Disability living allowance : cases in payment - care award type by south-west Government office region Higher rate Middle rate Lower rate Nil rate Total GB caseloads 710,110 1,021,440 859,510 502,050 3,093,090 GB proportions (percentage) 1.2 1.7 1.4 0.8 5.2 South-west caseloads 45,970 81,290 66,250 37,070 230,580 ...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: Disabled (6 Apr 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The information is in the tables. Disability living allowance: cases in payment by care award-August 2009 Care award type Higher rate Middle rate Lower rate Nil rate Total St. Ives-caseloads 1,230 1,910 1,740 920 5,790 St. Ives-percentage of population 1.2 1.9 1.7 0.9 5.8 Disability living allowance : cases in payment by mobility award - August 2009 ...

Written Answers — Health: Carer's Allowance (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: I have been asked to reply. We are committed to helping carers combine their caring role with paid employment wherever possible, as this can alleviate some of the negative financial effects that carers have to contend with. This is why we have made available up to £38 million to help carers enter or re-enter the employment market. The White Paper-'Building Britain's Recovery: Achieving Full...

Written Answers — Health: Construction: Health Hazards (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: I have been asked to reply. SMR (structural materials for reinstatement) is a generic term applied to reprocessed materials used in the reinstatement of excavations in construction work. As such it relates to a range of materials with widely differing compositions. No specific assessment has been made on the health impacts of exposure to SMR. I have asked the Health and Safety Executive to...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Accountancy (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: A copy of each of the Ministerial Directions will be placed in the Library. Parts of the Direction given on 15 September 1998 have been redacted in accordance with a confidentiality agreement reached at the time.

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Data Protection (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The Department published details of data security incidents which arose during 2008-09, including the numbers of individuals affected, in the annual resource account which was published on 21 August 2009. We will be publishing the information for the year 2009-10 in the next resource account. The information is currently being compiled and verified before it is laid before Parliament.

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Information Officers (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The cost of the press office for the 12 months from March 2009 to February 2010 is £2,499,577 providing media handling for the Department, Ministers, Jobcentre Plus and the Pensions, Carers and Disability Service. This covers 50 members of staff who are based in London, across the English regions, Scotland and Wales. They provide a service to the Department and to journalists 24 hours a day,...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Departmental Senior Civil Servants (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: Grade 2 as a description of staff level is no longer in general use. Senior civil servants in roles at a similar level to the former grade 2 are now referred to as being in Senior Civil Service Pay Band 3 and usually have the job title of Director-General. The Department has 11 full time Senior Civil Service Pay Band 3s including two in DWP sponsored Non- Departmental Public Bodies; one in...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Industrial Diseases: Compensation (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: Jobcentre Plus administers the Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefits (IIDB) scheme which provides non-contributory no fault benefits for disablement at work arising from an accident or one of over 70 prescribed diseases known to be a risk of occupation. Miners may qualify for a payment if they have been disabled as a result of an accident or have one of the following diseases which have...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Opposition (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: I refer the hon. Member to the reply given today by my hon. Friend, the Exchequer Secretary (Sarah McCarthy-Fry).

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: Disabled (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The available information is provided in the table. Great Britain new claims for attendance allowance and disability living allowance by special rules year to August 2009 Benefit Proportion of approved claims made under special rules ( Percentage ) Attendance Allowance 9.5 Disability Living Allowance 7.6 Notes: 1. Caseload totals show the number of people in receipt of...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: Disabled (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The available information is provided in the table. Attendance allowance new claim awards for special rules by Great Britain by year August 2005 to August 2009 Awards 2009 28,200 2008 27,400 2007 29,200 2006 27,500 2005 28,100 Notes: 1. Caseload totals show the number of people in receipt of an allowance, and excludes people with entitlement where the...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Social Security Benefits: Disabled (30 Mar 2010)

Jonathan R Shaw: The available information is in the table. Total number of incapacity benefit referrals received by Atos Healthcare and the total number where an IB113 form was requested, October 2007 to October 2008. Month Incapacity benefit referrals GP report requested Percentage of referrals where a GP report was requested October 2007 157,450 19,731 13 November 2007 172,627...


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