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Child Maintenance Written Answer, 18/12/13 [E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 18 December 2013 in response to Kate Green's (Lab) question asking the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions with reference to his Department's Impact Assessment, Child maintenance fees reforms: CSA case closure, introducing CMS fees, supporting family-based arrangements, when he expects the new statutory scheme for child maintenance to attain post-transition steady state; and with reference to his Department's Impact Assessment on Child maintenance reforms: CSA case closure, introducing CMS fees, supporting family-based arrangements, dated 31 March 2013, (a) on what basis and (b) over what period his Department has estimated that the amount of the child maintenance fee income expected to accrue during the transition from the present two statutory schemes to the new 2012 statutory scheme will be £2,220 million.

Child Maintenance Written Answer, 10/12/13 [E/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Lords on 10 December 2013 in response to Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope's question asking Her Majesty’s Government what is their latest estimate of the income they expect to raise through the charging of fees by the Child Maintenance Service in 2014–15, 2017–18, and 2020–21, broken down by the expected fee income from (1) the £20 application fee, (2) the 4 per cent collection deduction levied on parents with care, (3) the 20 per cent collection surcharge levied on non-resident parents, and (4) enforcement fees; and what are the expected ten-year operational savings in the gross costs of the Department for Work and Pensions statutory child maintenance scheme as a result of closing all existing Child Support Agency cases and running the new statutory scheme (1) including fee income, and (2) excluding fee income.

Ten new projects help thousands of separated couples co-operate on parenting, 08/12/13 [E/S]
The government is to fund ten projects to help separated couples resolve long-standing grievances, and agree their own financial and other parenting arrangements.

Child Support Ministerial Statement, 02/12/13 [S}
Ministerial Statement in the House of Commons on 2 December 2013 by the Minister for Pensions, Steve Webb, on Child Support regulations.

Child Maintenance Written Answer, 27/11/13 [E/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 27 November 2013 in response to Kate Green's (Lab) question asking the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what progress he has made on plans to reduce the costs of the child maintenance system; and what estimate he has made of additional costs incurred since 2012 as a result of the time taken to implement a new system of child maintenance.

Child Maintenance Written Answer, 26/11/13 [E/S/W]
Written Answer given in the House of Commons on 26 November 2013 in response to Kate Green's (Lab) question asking the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what progress he has made on the implementation of his new child maintenance system; and if he will make a statement.

2012 Statutory Child Maintenance Scheme Statement, 25/11/13 [E/NI/S/W]
Written Statement in the House of Commons on 25 November 2013 from the Minister for Pensions, Steve Webb on the 2012 Statutory Child Maintenance Scheme.

Child Contact Centres Motion, 21/11/13 [E/NI/S/W]
Early Day Motion lodged in the House of Commons on 21 November 2013 by Elfyn Llwyd (PC) on child contact centres.

Child Maintenance Written Answer, 21/11/13 [E/NI/S/W]
Written Answer given in response to Kate Green's (Lab) question asking the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions with reference to his Department's publication, strengthening families, promoting parental responsibility, Cm 7990, when his Department plans to commence the proposed six-month period of live running with new cases before introducing child maintenance charges and starting to move the first cases off the old CSA systems.

What do we know about non-resident fathers?, 20/11/13 [E/NI/S/W]
Based on data from the Understanding Society survey, this report found that five per cent of fathers in the UK, close to one million men, report having dependent non-resident children.