The Work and Pensions Secretary appears to have misled parliament, but Theresa May’s weakness means she may get away with it.
Two tricky votes are only the start of the problem.
Poverty in the UK is increasingly an in-work phenomenon.
The government is taking comfort from the fact most people on Universal Credit are positive about it – but that's a big mistake.
Jeremy Corbyn's new policy programme is attracting good reviews - and comparisons to his predecessor. How similar are they?
For Labour's divided tribes, the question is like the Mirror of Erised: you see what you want in it.
The resignation of David Freud has observers wondering if Duncan Smith's universal credit is to be killed off at last.
The shadow chancellor's promises make electoral sense, but mean a lot of pain for the young and the poor.
John McDonnell has become the latest political heavyweight to back the scheme. Can it work?
The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
No, Iain Duncan Smith's resignation isn't part of a cunning plan.