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Housing Addition

Volume 33: debated on Tuesday 7 December 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what would be the savings in 1983–84 and in a full year if the non-householder's housing addition were abolished.

If the non-householder's housing addition were abolished at the November 1983 uprating the saving in the 1983–84 financial year would be £41 million. In a full year it would be £113 million. These estimates are based on 1982–83 rates of benefit.