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Single mothers are just as likely to be in work as women who have no children, official figures show, busting preconceived myths that they are more dependent on state welfare.
More than two-thirds (67.8 per cent) of single parents – overwhelmingly women – are now in employment, up from 43.8 per cent just over 20 years ago.
In almost every culture in the world, nodding the head means 'yes' and shaking it from side to side means 'no', but the speed and frequency with which a nod is performed can carry different meanings.
Single mothers have historically been labelled “benefits scroungers” as a result of societal attitudes towards those who relied on help from state welfare.Incentives introduced by the Labour government, such as tax credits and increased childcare spending, followed by a move towards withdrawing benefits from those able to work, led to an increase in the number of single parents getting back into work.“The 1980s and early 90s saw a very sharp increase in the numbers of lone parents, and with their very low employment rate contributed heavily to both the fact that one in five children was growing up in a workless household and to the huge rise in child poverty,” said Mr Gregg.Mr Lansley explained that the fact that his head moved in an up-and-down motion at the moment when he was pressed on his involvement in the murder, at almost the exact time he expresses his verbal denial, is a significant indication of guilt.'He has got his eyes closed, his volume has dropped and we see the head nod yes.Slightly diagonal, but this is up and down,' he told the Mirror.
The problem now is working poverty on low wages and low hours,” he added.