A rare speech from the submarine Chancellor as more than 118,000 people challenge his cabinet colleague to live on £53 a week.
That's just half the cost of his bluetooth headset.
The "bedroom tax", the new Poll Tax and the 1% cap on benefit increases will squeeze the poor as never before.
The new welfare system will now be piloted in just one area, rather than four, next month.
After new evidence that job centres are being set targets, the Work and Pensions Secretary stands accused of misleading Parliament.
The Chancellor's plan to limit "Annually Managed Expenditure" shows how a Tory government would seek to further curb benefit spending.
A little noticed piece of DWP research shows that four out of five claimants spent at least three quarters of the past four years off unemployment benefit.
Welfare cuts aren't just bad for the poor, they're bad for growth too. Miliband and Balls should say so.
The "discretionary fund" cited by Duncan Smith will cover just £2.71 of the £14-a-week loss in housing benefit facing disabled claimants.