Detachment of Earnings statistics

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I should like the following information:
Exact number of detachment of Earnings Orders in place to recover debt
Percentage of those that are for debts over 6 years old
Percentage of those where full evidence of the debt with contact and payment history can be provided
Percentage of those that are currently in the complaints process
DWP policy & guidance notes for issuing Detachment of earnings

Yours faithfully,

Mrs Julie Haslett

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