Labour leader announces: "We’ll scrap the bedroom tax by abolishing the shady schemes of tax loopholes for the privileged few which the Tories keep inventing."
As Labour prepares to promise to repeal the measure, a new survey finds that 59% want to see it scrapped.
After surfing a new wave of outrage against the measure, the party can't turn back this time.
Can the left learn from the right?
The religious language of sin and shame informs Tory welfare rhetoric, with its pulpit-thumping over "strivers" and "scroungers". But their overhaul has nothing to do with compassion or principle.
Jackie Baillie says "you can expect an announcement relatively soon" as Lib Dem Shirley Williams brands the policy "a big mistake".
In working to deliver to an arbitrary timetable, Duncan Smith ignored sound programme management principles.
The Work and Pensions Secretary tried to pass the buck to the civil service but the NAO report says he never explained how "Universal Credit is meant to work".
The shadow work and pensions secretary took Ed Miliband's advice and referred to "social security", rather than "welfare".
New figures show that 320,738 more people are claiming housing benefit than in May 2010.