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The information requested is provided in the attached table which shows the amount of arrears owed by non-resident parents (NRPs) to the Secretary of State (SoS) and the parent with care (PWC) and the number of NRPs the arrears are owed by.
|Arrears outstanding: September 2009|
| Notes: 1. The Child Support Agency operates cases under two computer systems, CSCS and CS2. 2. The breakdown of non resident parents (NRPs) with outstanding arrears owed to Secretary of State (SoS) and Parent with Care (PwC) will be greater than the total number of non resident parents with arrears as some NRPs will owe money to both SoS and PWC. 3. In the information provided some cases have been excluded where the parent with care owes money. These cases are accounted for in Agency arrears figures, including those used in the Agency's Quarterly Summary of Statistics, which will therefore differ from figures in this response.|
Helen Goodman: The St Albans constituency is currently linked to three weather stations. The postcode districts in St Albans constituency and the associated weather station for each year are shown in the following table.
|Postcode district||Weather station||Years|
|Cold weather payment triggers at each weather station|
It is not possible to give the estimated number of payments made in 2002-03 and 2008-09 to residents of St Albans constituency as this information is not available at constituency level but by weather station only (and the above weather stations cover a wider area than just this constituency).
|Council tax benefit expenditure, by country since 1997 in cash terms|
|£ million, cash|
Includes all expenditure whether funded by central or local government.
Local Authority Council Tax Benefit subsidy claims
Council tax receipts in England are a matter for my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government; in Scotland they are a matter for the Scottish Parliament; and in Wales they are a matter for the National Assembly for Wales.
Grant Shapps: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what percentage of households in each (a) region and (b) local authority area were in receipt of council tax benefit in each of the last three years. 
Grant Shapps: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many households in (a) private, (b) local authority and (c) registered social landlord rented homes were in receipt of (i) housing and (ii) council tax benefit in each region in each year since 1997. 
|Number of households receiving council tax benefit by Government Office Region in Great Britain: May 1997 to May 2009|
|May 1997||May 1998||May 1999||May 2000||May 2001||May 2002||May 2003|
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