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|Percentage of children by the income decile of their householdGreat Britain, 1994-95 to 2004-05After Housing Costs|
| Notes: 1. Deciles shown here represent groups of the child population in Great Britain. The lowest decile group is the 10 per cent. of the population with the lowest household incomes. The second decile group contains children whose household incomes are above the lowest decile point but below the second decile point. Successive deciles follow similarly. 2. The percentages by decile are based on the equivalised incomes of households with children. Equivalisation is the process by which the household income is adjusted for size and composition as a proxy for material living standards. 3. All estimates are subject to sampling error and response bias and small changes between years may be influenced by these. 4. Percentages may not sum to 100 per cent. across a year, due to rounding. Source: Family Resources Survey|
Ms Buck: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what the average income is of households in social rented accommodation in (a) England, (b) each English region and (c) each London borough. 
|The median income of households in social rented accommodation( 1) in England and each English region (2004-05 prices)|
|£ per week equivalent|
|Before housing costs||After housing costs|
|(1) Social rented accommodation is defined as those living in local authority, New Town, Council, Housing Association, Co-Op or Trust rented accommodation. Note: All estimates are calculated using a three year average. Source: Family Resources Survey 2002-03, 2003-04 and 2004-05|
Mr. Plaskitt: Customers in receipt of income-based jobseekers allowance who move into work and fulfil the necessary conditions are eligible for an extended payment. There are currently no plans to widen entitlement to the existing schemes.
Mr. Francois: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people (a) claimed jobseeker's allowance and (b) attended a mandatory skills course in each financial year from 2003-04 to 2005-06. 
|Jobseekers allowance claimants in Great Britain|
1. Caseload figures are rounded to the nearest 100.
2. JSA figures are seasonally adjusted.
Count of jobseekers allowance claimants, Jobcentre Plus computer systems.
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