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Lone Parents

Volume 301: debated on Wednesday 24 September 1997

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To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what is the average amount of which the 433 lone parents who were helped to obtain jobs by the New Deal pilot scheme were better off in work. [17559]

The information is not yet available.The evaluation of the New Deal for Lone Parents includes a quantitative survey of a sample of participants in all eight areas of the scheme which will collect information from lone parents on how much better off they are in work.