§ Mrs. Renée Short
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what percentage of earnings for a single person earning (a) £30 per week, (b) £60 per week, (c) £80 per week, (d) £100 per week, (e) £150 per week, (f) £200 per week, (g) £250 per week and (h) £300 per week goes in income tax and national insurance contributions; and what are the comparable percentages in respect of a married man, a married man with two children, and a married man with four children.
§ Mr. Peter Rees
The figures are as follows:
Child benefit at the rate of £4.75 per child per week has been included in the income of the married man with two and four children. Family income supplement has also been included where appropriate.