Iain Duncan Smith
The "discretionary fund" cited by Duncan Smith will cover just £2.71 of the £14-a-week loss in housing benefit facing disabled claimants.
Scheme accused of "extremely poor" performance after just 3.6 per cent of claimants are moved off benefits and into sustained employment.
Nick Clegg contradicts Iain Duncan Smith and says that the government has estimated the number of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants expected next year.
Iain Duncan Smith was once right about the need for drastic change - then he got everything else wrong.
Lib Dem rebels table amendment to Welfare Uprating Bill calling for benefits to increase in line with average earnings, rather than Osborne's 1 per cent.
The government's Impact Assessment shows that the poorest 10 per cent of households lose the most from the decision to raise benefits by just 1 per cent.
Unable to justify the government's decision to cut support for families, the Work and Pensions Secretary has resorted to myths.
The fact that benefits have risen faster than wages is an argument for higher wages, not lower benefits.
The welfare state was much more than an artefact of one man’s genius.