Written Questions: Government Responses

Work and Pensions written question – answered on 30th March 2010.

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Photo of Mark Harper Mark Harper Shadow Minister (Work and Pensions)

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions when she plans to answer question (a) 302791, on the Social Security Advisory Committee, tabled on 25 November 2009, (b) 307546 on parliamentary questions, tabled on 10 December 2009, (c) 314731, on employment and support allowance, tabled on 27 January 2010, (d) 305047, on Jobcentre Plus, tabled on 28 January 2010, (e) 314936, on Jobcentre Plus, tabled on 28 January 2010, (f) 314935 on benefit delivery centres, tabled on 28 January 2010, (g) 314937 on Jobcentre Plus, tabled on 28 January 2010, (h) 315694, on skills training, tabled on 1 February 2010, (i) 315695, on benefit claimants moving into work, tabled on 1 February 2010, (j) 315718, on Pathways to Work, tabled on 1 February 2010, (k) 315717, on Pathways to Work, tabled on 1 February 2010, (l) 315720, on allowance claims appeals, tabled on 1 February 2010, (m) 315716, on Pathways to Work, tabled on 1 February 2010, (n) 316364, on fraud, tabled on 3 February 2010, (o) 316100, on user acceptance testing, tabled on 2 February 2010, (p) 316097, on claims outcome information, tabled on 2 February 2010, (q) 316365, on benefit fraud, tabled on 3 February 2010, (r) 316098, on known fraud debt stock, tabled on 2 February 2010, (s) 316401, on fraud and staff, tabled on 3 February 2010, (t) 316398, on benefit fraud, tabled on 3 February 2010, (u) 316402, on social security benefit and fraud, tabled on 3 February 2010, (v) 316400, on fraud and staff, tabled on 3 February 2010, (w) 316399, on benefits and prisoners, tabled on 3 February 2010, (x) 316765, on alcohol misuse, tabled on 5 February 2010, (y) 316779, on the Institute for Fiscal Studies, tabled on 5 February 2010, (z) 316778, on obesity, tabled on 5 February 2010, (aa) 316776, on cancer, tabled on 5 February 2010, (bb) 316775, on problem drug users, tabled on 5 February 2010 and (cc) 316777, on drug and alcohol dependency, tabled on 5 February 2010.

Photo of Jim Knight Jim Knight Minister of State (the South West), Regional Affairs, Minister of State (the South West), Department for Work and Pensions, Minister of State (Regional Affairs) (South West), The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions

I have replied to the hon. Member's questions as follows:

(a) 302791 on 8 March 2010, Hansard, column 78W;

(b) 307546 on 5 March 2010, Hansard, column 1422W;

(c) 314731 on 1 February 2010, Hansard, column 32W;

(d) 305047 (315047) on 26 February 2010, Hansard, column 765W;

(e) 314936 on 10 February 2010, Hansard, column 1104W;

(f) 314935 on 10 February 2010, Hansard, column 1103W;

(g) 314937 on 23 February 2010, Hansard, column 461W;

(h) 315694 on 24 February 2010, Hansard, column 579W;

(i) 315695 on 15 March 2010, Hansard, column 606W;

(j) 315718 on 2 March 2010, Hansard, column 1034W;

(k) 315717 on 22 February 2010, Hansard, column 98W;

(l) 315720 on 22 February 2010, Hansard, column 40W;

(m) 315716 on 23 February 2010, Hansard, column 463W;

(n) 316364 on 5 March 2010, Hansard, column 1421W;

(o) 316100 on 23 February 2010, Hansard, column 461W;

(p) 316097 on 23 February 2010, Hansard, column 459W;

(q) 316365 on 22 February 2010, Hansard, column 105W;

(r) 316098 on 16 March 2010, Hansard, columns 806-07W;

(s) 316401 on 15 March 2010, Hansard, columns 597-98W;

(t) 316398 on 16 March 2010, Hansard, column 807W;

(u) 316402 on 10 February 2010, Hansard, column 1105W;

(v) 316400 on 15 March 2010, Hansard, column 597W;

(w) 316399 on 25 March 2010, Official Report, column 421W;

(x) 316765 on 2 March 2010, Hansard, column 1039W;

(y) 316779 on 25 February 2010, Hansard, column 727W;

(z) 316778 on 2 March 2010, Hansard, column 1042W;

(aa) 316776 on 4 March 2010, Hansard, column 1315W;

(bb) 316775 on 2 March 2010, Hansard, column 1040W;

(cc) 316777 on 23 March 2010, Hansard, columns 199-200W.

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