How much is the family allowance in the UK?


In the UK, the weekly child benefit for the oldest child is £20.30 and £13.40 for any subsequent children. These rates are applicable starting 6 April 2011.
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In 1945 the Family Allowance was introduced to provide benefit for second and subsequent children. The weekly rate as from 5th April 2010 is £13.40 for each subsequent child
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