Iain Duncan Smith
The Chancellor was ready to be seen as heartless. He didn't count on also looking hopeless.
Even with the cap, in-work poverty means the bill has risen to £23bn.
Workers who go on strike will lose their tax credits.
Relegate the relative measure? Only if we want to pretend that poverty is something else altogether.
In a 2006 speech, the Prime Minister praised the concept of relative poverty.
Iain Duncan Smith to set up review as £5bn scheme fails to help those most in need.
Such a move would be unfair and unsustainable.
Iain Duncan Smith to press ahead with plans to cut disability claimants.
The high point of public enthusiasm for the Tories' welfare policies is now.