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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7771, 19 December 2018: Child maintenance: income in the CMS formula (including why gross income is used, and annual reviews)

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7771, 19 December 2018: Child maintenance: income in the CMS formula (including why gross income is used, and annual reviews)

... the CMS is their gross income falls by 25 per cent or more, but they are not required to do ...• CMS using current income for self-employed non-resident parents – the CMS states ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 07388, 19 December 2018: Language teaching in schools (England)

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 07388, 19 December 2018: Language teaching in schools (England)

... a child might not be entered for the EBacc: The decision not to enter a pupil for the EBacc combination of subjects will need to be considered on a case by case basis by each school, and schools will need to take ... See full document

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House of Commons Library briefing paper : Number 08444, 10 December 2018 : Off-rolling in English schools

House of Commons Library briefing paper : Number 08444, 10 December 2018 : Off-rolling in English schools

... Recent years, however, have seen concerns being raised that children are leaving school rolls in rising numbers, in particular as they approach GCSE level, because of pressures within the school system. It has been ... See full document

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House of Commons Library Briefing Paper: Number 7770, 23 September 2019: Child maintenance: how it is calculated under the 2012 CMS scheme (GB)

House of Commons Library Briefing Paper: Number 7770, 23 September 2019: Child maintenance: how it is calculated under the 2012 CMS scheme (GB)

... statutory child maintenance scheme, where the upper limit was ...weekly income to gross weekly income to calculate a non-resident parent’s child maintenance ...of ... See full document

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House of Commons Library briefing paper : number 7951, 21 December 2018 : T Levels : reforms to technical education

House of Commons Library briefing paper : number 7951, 21 December 2018 : T Levels : reforms to technical education

... funding formula introduced in 2013-14, a single basic funding rate per full-time student, currently £4,000 for 16 and 17 year olds, is intended to fund a study programme of around 600 guided learning hours, ... See full document

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House of Commons Library : Briefing paper : Number 04195, 7 December 2018 : School meals and nutritional standards (England)

House of Commons Library : Briefing paper : Number 04195, 7 December 2018 : School meals and nutritional standards (England)

... January 2018: So far all families [on Universal Credit] are entitled – because very few working families with children are in the ...of income when crossing the threshold, and it takes £30 of earnings to ... See full document

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House of Commons Library : Briefing Paper : Number 7777, 25 January 2017 : Child maintenance: fees (UK excluding NI)

House of Commons Library : Briefing Paper : Number 7777, 25 January 2017 : Child maintenance: fees (UK excluding NI)

... White Paper added: Collection fees are intended to provide an ongoing incentive for both parents in the collection service to consider making payments direct rather than via the Government, as evidence shows that ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 1079, 18 June 2018: Student Loan Statistics

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 1079, 18 June 2018: Student Loan Statistics

... maximum maintenance grant available was £1,000 less than that for existing ...an income-assessed contribution of up to £1,000 a year to the cost of their ...all maintenance support as loans which ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number CBP08249, 26 October 2018: Support for care leavers

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number CBP08249, 26 October 2018: Support for care leavers

... claim Income Support, income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance or Housing ...for maintenance, accommodation and ...claiming Income Support or income- based JSA if they are a lone parent, or ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 917, 2 December 2016: Tuition Fee Statistics

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 917, 2 December 2016: Tuition Fee Statistics

... a number of changes to student support ...as income-contingent student loans. Various groups including lone parents, mature/independent students, the disabled and students studying HNC and HNDs were ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 1079, 2 December 2016: Student Loan Statistics

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 1079, 2 December 2016: Student Loan Statistics

... of income contingent loans means that graduates with low income in any one year are ‘protected’ from high repayments because they only repay 9% of their income over £15,000 per ...low income ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 917, 2 December 2016: Tuition Fee Statistics

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 917, 2 December 2016: Tuition Fee Statistics

... a number of changes to student support ...as income-contingent student loans. Various groups including lone parents, mature/independent students, the disabled and students studying HNC and HNDs were ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing Paper: Number 7049: 5 December 2016: Postgraduate loans in England

House of Commons Library: Briefing Paper: Number 7049: 5 December 2016: Postgraduate loans in England

... 1.154 Autumn Statement 2014 therefore introduces a new offer of income contingent loans for those under 30 years old wishing to undertake a postgraduate taught masters in any subject. These loans, of up to ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing Paper Number 07250: 23 December 2019: University Technical Colleges

House of Commons Library: Briefing Paper Number 07250: 23 December 2019: University Technical Colleges

... Wiltshire UTC is also due to close in 2020. 24 In the event that a UTC closes, the Government states that it works with the local authority and academy trust to ensure that new school places are identified that meet the ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 8389, 19 September 2018: Returns to a degree

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 8389, 19 September 2018: Returns to a degree

... Margaret Hodge: We said in the White Paper, "The Future of Higher Education", that graduates enjoy different returns from different courses and according to the institution attended. Recent research found a 44 ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number SN04223, 21 December 2018: Research & Development spending

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number SN04223, 21 December 2018: Research & Development spending

... Textiles, clothing and leather products Transport and storage services Casting of iron and steel Wood&paper products Sewerage & waste management Non-ferrous metals Other non-metallic mineral products Other ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing Paper Number 7484: 20 May 2019: Income inequality in the UK

House of Commons Library: Briefing Paper Number 7484: 20 May 2019: Income inequality in the UK

... household income distribution, with incomes being affected by less than 1% at almost all percentile ...the income distribution than across the individual earnings distribution, with similar gains between ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7222, 19 January 2018: Teacher recruitment and retention in England

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7222, 19 January 2018: Teacher recruitment and retention in England

... fifth annual state of the nation report, published in November 2017, the Social Mobility Commission noted that schools in deprived areas often struggle to recruit teachers and, where they can, they often lack ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 8089, 19 January 2018: Student loan interest rates FAQs

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 8089, 19 January 2018: Student loan interest rates FAQs

... This is regardless of whether they make any repayments or not. Their repayments depend on their income and the repayment threshold alone, not interest rates. The charts below look at repayments by income ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 8151, 19 February 2018: Higher education tuition fees in England

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 8151, 19 February 2018: Higher education tuition fees in England

... Why might these costs vary? Costs would clearly be lower if a cap was reintroduced at a level below current numbers. Equally costs would be higher if there was no cap and student numbers increased in response to ... See full document

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