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Written Answers — Work and Pensions: EU Social Policy (23 Jan 2014)

Esther McVey: ...s position is as follows. The Department for Work and Pensions administers three classes of benefits: Social security benefits are designed to cover a number of specified risks which are set out in Regulation (EC) No 883/2004 on the coordination of social security systems, such as sickness benefits, old-age benefits and unemployment benefits. These benefits are covered by the EU social...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: EU Social Policy (6 Jan 2014)

Esther McVey: EU law does not explicitly define the terms social assistance and social security. Social security benefits fall within the scope of EU Regulation 883/2004 and EU Regulation 1408/71 on co-ordination of social security systems. The regulations provide that social security benefits relate to specific areas such as unemployment and sickness. Social assistance benefits fall outside the scope of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: EU/EFTA: Benefit Entitlements (23 Sep 2013)

Lord Freud: Under the provisions of Regulations EU 883/04 and EU 987/09, when a person makes a claim for benefit, and informs us that they have a period of residence, work or insurance in another European Union or European Free Trade Agreement country, we have a range of systems in place through the EU system of social security co-ordination to assess whether that person’s benefits are the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: EU: Social Security Regulations (23 Sep 2013)

Lord Freud: ...subsequently hosted a Ministerial conference to continue discussions, and since then through a series of meetings has continued to work with Member States to press for reform to the co-ordination regulations to ensure a balance between fairness for migrants and an obligation to contribute to their host country. At a technical level, the United Kingdom participates in the quarterly meetings...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Healthcare: Costs (29 Jul 2013)

Earl Howe: In accordance with European Union regulation 883/2004, if a member state agrees to cover the elective healthcare costs of its returning pensioners, it is entitled to a five per cent discount on the average healthcare costs it is charged by the pensioners' country of residence.

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Balance of Competences (16 May 2013)

Mark Harper: ...Union (TFEU), the primary legislation which established the internal market. The report will also look at the relevant secondary legislation, which includes; directive 2004/38/EC (the “free movement directive”), regulation 883/2004 and its implementing regulation 987/2009, regulation 492/2011 and directive 2005/36/EC. The Home Office and the Department for Work and Pensions...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Benefits (18 Mar 2013)

Lord Deighton: While child benefit and child tax credit are designed to help families living in the UK only, the EC social security co-ordinating regulations, EC Regulation 883/2004 and 987/2009, treat both child benefit and the child tax credit as "family benefits". Under these rules, such benefits are therefore payable to nationals of the European Economic Area (EEA) in respect of members of their family...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Pensions (7 Mar 2013)

Steve Webb: The EU social security coordination rules (Regulation (EC) No. 883/04) make provision for any person who is entitled to pensions from different member states of the EU, to make a claim in accordance with the pension ages set by each member state pension system. Therefore a person can claim their different pensions at different times. The pension they receive from each member state will only...

Written Answers — Transport: Large Goods Vehicles: Exhaust Emissions (1 Mar 2013)

Stephen Hammond: ...: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/road-vehicle-emis sion-factors-2009 and in particular in a spreadsheet at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/4256/regulated.xls This enables the calculation of average emission factors in grams of carbon dioxide per kilometre for a heavy goods vehicle travelling at a particular speed. The actual carbon...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Benefits (25 Feb 2013)

Lord Laird: ...and what proportion of European Union member states do not pay for the children of resident United Kingdom nationals left behind in the United Kingdom; whether such payments are requirements of EC Regulation 883/2004; and whether they will support a modification of the amounts paid to reflect the cost of living in the country where a child is resident or the equivalent rate.

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Benefit: Migrant Workers (25 Feb 2013)

Sajid Javid: The UK and other EEA member states do operate a residence requirement for the award of child benefit under domestic legislation. However, as things stand, the EU Regulation 883/2004 places an additional requirement on EEA Member Governments to pay family benefits to nationals of EEA countries who are working and paying compulsory National Insurance contributions in their country in respect of...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Tax Credit (12 Feb 2013)

Sajid Javid: ...rules for these benefits generally do not provide for them to be paid in respect of children who live abroad. Nevertheless, both child benefit and the child tax credit are family benefits under EC Regulation 883/2004. This regulation protects the social security rights of nationals of all member states of the European economic area (EEA), including the UK, and Switzerland when they...

Written Answers — Treasury: Social Security Benefits: Immigrants (7 Feb 2013)

Sajid Javid: ...rules for these benefits generally do not provide for them to be paid in respect of children who live abroad. Nevertheless, both child benefit and the child tax credit are family benefits under EC Regulation 883/2004. This regulation protects the social security rights of nationals of all member states of the European economic area (EEA), including the UK, and Switzerland when they...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Benefit (28 Jan 2013)

Sajid Javid: ...support families in the UK. Consequently, the child benefit rules generally do not provide for it to be paid to persons residing outside the UK. However, child benefit is a family benefit under EC Regulation 883/2004 which protects the social security rights of nationals of all EEA member states when they exercise their rights of free movement under EU law. HM Revenue & Customs...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Benefit (28 Jan 2013)

Philip Hollobone: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many non-UK EEA nationals have dependants eligible to receive child benefit under EC Regulation 883/2004 where the dependant is outside the UK; and what estimate he has made of how this number might change by 2016 as a result of the ending of transitional immigration controls on Romania and Bulgaria on 1 January 2014.

Written Answers — Treasury: Immigrants: Social Security Benefits (28 Jan 2013)

Sajid Javid: ...rules for these benefits generally do not provide for them to be paid in respect of children who live abroad. Nevertheless, both child benefit and the child tax credit are family benefits under EC Regulation 883/2004. This regulation protects the social security rights of nationals of all member states of the European economic area (EEA), including the UK, and Switzerland when they...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Benefits (17 Dec 2012)

Lord Sassoon: ...benefit depends on the claimant being present, ordinarily resident and having a right to reside in the United Kingdom. Information about the number of ongoing child benefit awards made under EC Regulation 883/2004 in respect of children resident in other EEA member states was contained in my reply to the noble Lord of 22 October 2012 ( Official Report, 22 October 2012, cols. WA 4-6).

Written Answers — House of Lords: Benefits (3 Dec 2012)

Lord Sassoon: UK child benefit, in respect of children resident in Poland and the Republic of Ireland by virtue of EC Regulation 883/2004, will be paid at the relevant rate, whether at the UK rate or as a supplement and in accordance with the priority rules set out in that regulation. Where such a claim is made by a person who is employed in the UK, EC Regulation 883/2004 requires that the claimant is...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Costs (12 Nov 2012)

Lord Laird: ...ask Her Majesty's Government whether European Union nationals resident in the United Kingdom who are in receipt of a pension and whose healthcare costs could be paid for by their home country under Regulation (EC)883/2004 are required to show a European health insurance card (EHIC) card and have that detail recorded for central use when registering with a general practitioner.

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Benefit (9 Nov 2012)

David Gauke: holding answer 8 November 2012 HM Revenue & Customs maintains a database showing the number of ongoing UK family benefit awards made under EC Regulation 883/2004 which provides information about the aggregate number of awards and the aggregate number of children involved per member state of the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland. I would refer the hon. Member to the answer...


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