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7Hk11wEp
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Nadhim Zahawi
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<p>We do not routinely collect or publish data on families in receipt of working tax credit with earnings below the threshold for free school meals eligibility,</p><p>The department does not have any plans to extend free school meals entitlement to families in receipt of working tax credit and therefore have not made an assessment of the potential additional costs or benefits of extending free school meals to those households in receipt of working tax credit who meet the earned income threshold.</p><p>​Working tax credit, alongside other legacy benefits are being phased out and replaced by Universal Credit. As families move from working tax credit onto Universal Credit, those with incomes below the earned income threshold of £7,400 per annum will benefit through becoming eligible to receive free school meals.</p>
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Department for Education
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Department for Education
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