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Personal Incomes

Volume 886: debated on Friday 21 February 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if she will publish, as in the reply given on 15th May last [Official Report, columns 464–470], the net weekly spending power for a week's work after 39 weeks and when unemployed after 39 weeks, at the appropriate rate for a single person and a married man with a wife and no chil- dren, one child, two children, three children, and four children, assuming in each case gross weekly earnings of £20, £25, £30, £35, £40, £45, £50, £55 and £60, respectively.

I would refer the hon. Member to my replies of 15th May, 2nd, 10th and 29th July and 8th November 1974, and of 10th February 1975, to his earlier Questions.—[Vol. 873, c. 464–70; Vol. 876, c. 146–8, 494–6; Vol. 878, c. 97–100; Vol. 880, c. 275–6; Vol. 886, c. 53.]