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National Insurance Contributions

Volume 76: debated on Wednesday 3 April 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services (1) if he will give the revenue raised in a full year from employers' national insurance contributions in respect of all areas with a total unemployment rate in excess of 20 per cent;(2) if he will give the revenue raised in a full year from employers' national insurance contributions in respect of employees under the age of 21 years in areas with a total unemployment rate in excess of 20 per cent. on 1 January.

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will give the revenue raised in a full year from employers' national insurance contributions in respect of employees under the age of 21 years.

The estimated revenue in 1984–85 from employers' national insurance contributions in respect of employees under age 21 was roughly £880 million.