§ Mr. Adam Hunter
asked the Secretary tary of State for Social Services how many applications in Scotland there have been to date for attendance allowances; how many were originally allowed; how many were granted after review; and how many were rejected.
§ Mr. Dean:
Figures are not available in the precise form requested. It is estimated, however, that up to 7th April about 13,000 claims for the attendance allowance had been received from people in Scotland. By the same date 6,300 awards had been made, including those following an application for review, and there had been 6,000 initial rejections.
§ Mr. Roderick
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what is the number of applications for constant attendance allowance in Wales; and how many have been granted.