New report shows that the number of working people claiming housing benefit has risen by 86 per cent in three years.
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.
Deputy PM contradicts Simon Hughes and says "savings" can be made.
The PM described it as a benefit for the unemployed. But most new claims are made by in-work households.
Chancellor secures agreement of Clegg's party for £10bn of further welfare cuts in 2015-16.
PM says he will look again at abolishing housing benefit for the under-25s.
Welfare reform could go so massively wrong, even the intelligence services are worried.