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The Government launched a pound;12 million advertising campaign on Wednesday to publicise the Working Families Tax Credit to be introduced in October. This will replace Family Credit and aims to give families a minimum income of pound;200 per week, if at least one parent is in work. The new Childcare Tax Credit will help working parents with childminding or nursery expenses.

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