§ Mr. Illsley
To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what were the total aggregate payments of(a) family income support, (b) income support and (c) community charge benefit for each benefit office in Yorkshire and Humberside during the two most recent financial years for which figures are available.
§ Mr. Stephen
To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security how much money, in the last financial year for which figures are available, was(a) received from national insurance contributions and (b) spent on (i) unemployment benefit, (ii) sickness benefit, (iii) child benefit, (iv) housing benefit, (v) other social security benefits, (vi) the national health service and (vii) the state pension.
§ Mr. Scott
(a) £32, 474 million1 was received from national insurance contributions in 1991–92.
(b) Spending in 1991–92 was as follows2
(£ million) Unemployment benefit 1,604 Sickness benefit 273 Child benefit 5,189 Housing benefit 6,058 Retirement pension 25,625 Other social security benefits 26,587
Spending on the national health service is the responsibility of my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Health.
1National insurance fund accounts 1991–92.
21993 departmental report.203W