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Civil Service No-Fault Compensation Scheme
26 November 2009
Volume 501

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To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office (1) how much has been paid out under the civil service no-fault compensation scheme to civil servants in each Department in each year since the scheme was established; [300211]

(2) how much has been paid out in respect of stress-related conditions under the civil service no-fault compensation scheme to civil servants in each Department in each year since the scheme was established.

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The current Civil Service Injury Benefit Scheme was established on 1 October 2002. Benefits paid under this scheme are accounted for within the Civil Superannuation Resource Accounts, copies of which can be found in the Library. Information on the amount paid can be found within the notes to the accounts, for example within the 2008-09 accounts it is detailed at note 16.

Specific reasons for why injury benefit is awarded are not recorded within the management information that is held and therefore the number of stress-related conditions cannot be identified.