Child Support Agency Infographic

January 23, 2013

The Child Support Agency (CSA) was launched in 1993 and, since that date, has affected a great many lives of both parents and children. What was supposed to be a force for good, ensuring children receive the money they deserve from absent parents, the CSA instead ended up costing the UK taxpayer billions and was instrumental in the breakdown of families and has even been accused of being responsible for the suicides of many fathers.

To chronicle the history of the CSA, and to showcase how it works (in reality, not in theory) we at have commissioned this infographic. It contains some of the many astonishing facts and figures of how much money has been lost/wasted by the CSA, how many families have been destroyed and just what the process is when dealing with this corrupt agency.

Have a look at our infographic. Share it with your friends and family by Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels if you like it, and even leave us a comment below – we’ll be interested to know what you think.


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  • KMcQ80 says:

    Send a copy to your MP.

  • j says:

    “KMcQ80 on January 24th, 2013 9:22 am

    Send a copy to your MP.”

    Good idea. I found my (labour) MP to be wholly uninterested, his secretary did evrything she could to get rid of me and not deal with my complaint . They have a direct phone link with the csa, his secretary is on first name terms with the csa employee on the other end and seems to believe outright everything the csa says instead of challenging them on behalf of a constituent.

    I persisted and after getting my dat prints I managed to prove the csa had been lying to my MP. Lying to a public servant!!! Did they do anything? No!

    They have passed my case to the ombudsman but if I was the MP for this area I would fight a bit harder for a constuent and when it was proved, in writing, that a government department had LIED to me I would launch a public enquiry into that department.
    They really are “all in it together”. I’m not voting labour in my county next time around, my MP is useless.
    I will send this infographic on but we should also publish details of the effectiveness of our MP’s when we make a complaint.

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  • Andy says:

    Where do you get your information from? Do you actually believe this rubbish?

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