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zuWprMcV
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Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes
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<p>The introduction of fees and ongoing collection charges are designed to act as an incentive for parents to pause and consider the different options available to them for a child maintenance arrangement, rather than applying to the statutory Child Maintenance Service 'by default'. Charges make a small contribution to the service that is heavily subsidised by the taxpayer.</p><p>The Government has received £11,298,200 in charges, from the Child Maintenance Service between June 2014 when charging was introduced and March 2016 which is the latest period covered in the DWP annual report and accounts.</p>
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Department for Work and Pensions
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Department for Work and Pensions
Department for Work and Pensions
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Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes
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