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Social Security Bill

Volume 301: debated on Tuesday 25 November 1997

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To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what estimates he has made of the saving which would arise to the Exchequer from Clause 70 of the Social Security Bill if there were no exceptions to its provisions. [17607]

The estimated savings without exceptions would be around £80 million in a full year.