Iain Duncan Smith
The benefit could be limited to two children for all families.
The Work and Pensions Secretary is wrong to criticise the performance of the US economy.
Universal Credit will leave claimants "trapped in poverty", warns the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Iain Duncan Smith's latest proposal betrays a lack of understanding of the real problems faced by "troubled families".
Work and Pensions Secretary promised that there would be "no losers" under the new programme.
Chancellor secures agreement of Clegg's party for £10bn of further welfare cuts in 2015-16.
Welfare reform could go so massively wrong, even the intelligence services are worried.
Osborne's plan to break the link with inflation is neither economically wise nor socially just.
Iain Duncan Smith on the government's economic policy.
The Chancellor was ready to be seen as heartless. He didn't count on also looking hopeless.