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Lone Parent Obligations: an impact assessment (RR845). Final report in a set of evaluation reports into conditionality changes for lone parents introduced in November 2008. Published 11 July 2013. From: Department for Work and Pensions. Lone Parent Obligations: an impact assessment: report. Ref: ISBN 978 1 909532 45 8 PDF, . 6MB, 101 pages. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.
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Children living with one parent, and it was usually their mother, were twice as likely to have psychiatric illness, attempt suicide, or have alcohol-related problems as those in two-parent households, said a report in the Lancet journal.
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About 200 lone parents at the charity Fife Gingerbread, who took part in the study .
About 200 lone parents at the charity Fife Gingerbread, who took part in the study, reported skipping meals to ensure their children had enough to eat. They also identified the fear of losing benefits, and the stress of ongoing welfare reform, as areas of concern. Lisa Maley, who has an 8-year-old child, said: "Being a lone parent is tough. Image caption The government aims to save £19bn by 2014-15.