lone parent


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lone parent

n (mother) → madre single (o divorziata o vedova); (father) → padre single (o divorziato o vedovo)
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The report makes use of rich administrative data (the Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study) which records children's exact date of birth and home postcode (used to identify the admissions policy in each lone parent's local authority).
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 lowest incomes for for lone parent families was found in St.
Eurocamp teamed up with charity chiefs at Gingerbread to set up the survey, which aims to spotlight the needs of the rising lone parent population, which has trebled in the last 30 years.
Around a quarter of families in the UK are lone parent families.
IF you're a lone parent, you might have heard about the changes on the way for returning to work.
Spokesman Fiona Weir said: "The 'average' lone parent is 36, works and had her child in a stable relationship she expected to continue.
LONE parent families in Birmingham are invited to attend a special open day tomorrow where they can pick up advice and support on a range of important issues.
Hopefully the Government will continue to subsidise lone parent families so that an increasing workload isn't put upon you fantastic people.
"It does dismay me that we are still pandering to this stereotype of the lazy, work-shy, lone parent who doesn't do a very good job of bringing up her children anyway," she said.