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Child Support Agency

Volume 406: debated on Friday 23 May 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what the average child support maintenance payment received by the parent with care is for (a) one, (b) two and (c) three or more qualifying children, for new claims processed under the new Child Support Agency formula. [112334]

The administration of the Child Support Agency is a matter for the Chief Executive, Mr. Doug Smith. He will write to the hon. Member.

Letter from Mr. Doug Smith to Mr. Webb, dated 22 May 2003:

The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in replying to your recent parliamentary question about the Child Support Agency promised a substantive reply from the Chief Executive.
You ask what the average child support maintenance payment received by the parent with care is for (a) one (b) two and (c) three or more qualifying children for new claims processed under the new Child Support Agency formula.
I will be providing the Secretary of State with a full set of information after the first quarter of the Agency"s business year. The Secretary of State intends to report this information to the House.

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what the average child support maintenance assessment is for (a) all, (b) employed and (c) unemployed non-resident parents for (i) one, (ii) two and (iii) three or more qualifying children, for new claims processed under the new Child Support Agency formula. [112335]

The administration of the Child Support Agency is a matter for the Chief Executive, Mr. Doug Smith. He will write to the hon. Member

Letter from Mr. Doug Smith to Mr. Webb dated 22 May 2003:

The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in replying to your recent parliamentary question about the Child Support Agency promised a substantive reply from the Chief Executive.
You ask what the average child support maintenance assessment is for (a) all (b) employed and (c) unemployed nonresident parents for (i) one (ii) two and (iii) three or more qualifying children for new claims processed under the new Child Support Agency formula.
I will be providing the Secretary of State with a full set of information after the first quarter of the Agency"s business year. The Secretary of State intends to report this information to the House.

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many new applications for child maintenance assessments have been received by the Child Support Agency since 3 March; and how many have been cleared. [112339]

The administration of the Child Support Agency is a matter for the Chief Executive, Mr. Doug Smith. He will write to the hon. Member.

Letter from Mr. Doug Smith to Mr. Webb, dated 22 May 2003:

The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in replying to your recent parliamentary question about the Child Support Agency promised a substantive reply from the Chief Executive.
You ask how many new applications for child maintenance assessments have been received by the Child Support Agency since 3rd March; and how many have been cleared.
I will be providing the Secretary of State with a full set of information after the first quarter of the Agency"s business year. The Secretary of State intends to report this information to the House.