When did the government begin using National Insurance Contributions for bringing down the National Debt?

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
When did the government begin using National Insurance Contributions for bringing down the National Debt?
How much of the National Insurance Contributions has been used to bring down the national debt?
Have the payments from the National Insurance Fund brought down the national debt, if so, by how much within the time it has been used for this purpose?

Yours faithfully,

Trudy Baddams

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