lone parent


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lone parent

n (mother) → madre single (o divorziata o vedova); (father) → padre single (o divorziato o vedovo)
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Sue Robertson was director for One Parent families Scotland (OPFS) from 1998 to 2011 and when she started, one in eight families were headed by a lone parent compared to a quarter now.
Under the plans, job centres would have 1,000 [pound sterling] per lone parent to provide specialist advice and training.
BIG s Making it Work programme will invest up to a total of Au7m in five areas of Scotland to support lone parent families affected by poverty.
Around a quarter of families in the UK are lone parent families.
She visited the Leamington Jobcentre Plus where a lone parent adviser did a calculation to show how much more money Michelle would get if she was employed.
I believe that as of today if the youngest child is 12 years or over, the lone parent must seek paid employment or have their benefits reduced by up to 40%.
Employment specialists Working Links, who recently celebrated getting 100,000 people into work, is offering the early Christmas present for any lone parent who attends the Fit 4 Work course and finds a job before the end of the year.
The six-month Lone Parent Support trial, run in conjunction with charity One Parent Families, began in March at an Asda store in Clapham, south London.
The lowest incomes for for lone parent families was found in St.
This will give lone parent families a better chance of a better future.
With the pounds 65 discount for lone parent families, Eurocamp offers a 14-night holiday from pounds 180 per family staying under canvas or pounds 315 per family staying in a holiday home.
IF you're a lone parent, you might have heard about the changes on the way for returning to work.