On their bikes;Child file;Briefing;The week in education;News amp; Opinion

3rd December 1999 at 00:00
SINGLE parents with children older than 11 would be given 13 weeks to find a job or risk losing benefit, under the Tories. David Willetts, shadow social security spokesman, said people should not get income support "by virtue of not having an income and being a single parent".

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