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But less well-off may struggle to maintain contact, new research finds.
The vast majority (87%) of fathers who don’t live with their children say that they continue to have contact with them and close to half (49%) say that their children stay with them on a regular basis, on weekends and during school holidays, new research has revealed.
Men with a partner and children at home work longer hours than other men in full-time work, but the number of hours they work has been in decline over the last ten years.
Two thirds (64%) of single parents on out-of-work benefits do not receive any child maintenance from their child's other parent
<br>Child Benefit changes, due to be introduced on Monday (7 January), run the risk of alienating large segments of the electorate as the benefit has become increasingly popular year on year, according to data from NatCen Social Research’s British Social Attitudes survey.