§ Ms. Short
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment when claimant advisers have worked out an estimate of the in-work benefits to which a claimant may be entitled if they took a low-paying job, what instructions are they given and what action should they take against a claimant who refuses to follow up the vacancy when in-work benefit calculation shows the claimant would(a) clearly be better off in work, (b) be only marginally better off or (c) be financially worse off; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Flynn
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what is the number of claimants who have refused actively seeking work review interviews; and if he will estimate the percentage of those receiving actively seeking work warning letters who are not given the opportunity of a review interview prior to the submission of their case to an adjudication officer.
§ Mr. Flynn
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment how many disablement resettlement officers and blind persons resettlement officers there are in the employment service; and how many referrals have been made by them to adjudication officers following doubts on (i) actively seeking work, (ii) restricted availability and (iii) refusal of employment, since 9 October 1989.