Although the unfairness of the policy remains, the political difficulty has been remedied.
The new Work and Pensions Secretary didn’t take the opportunity to reset the policy. She may regret it.
The Hastings and Rye MP has a lot to prove in her new job and a huge number of problems inherited from her predecessor.
Most Corbynsceptic MPs are in the incoherent position of being against a party split, but against making the best of things either.
The flagship reform is a toxic combination of social engineering and austerity.
Universal Credit is both more destructive for those affected and harder for the government to unpick than a poll tax.
Gordon Brown thinks that Universal Credit could cause the Conservatives a summer of pain – and most Tory MPs agree.
Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey told the cabinet that families will be £200 a month worse off after the roll-out.
A fortnight in and it is hard to see who in the capital Bailey is hoping to win over.
The Conservatives can’t decide what the purpose of their changes to welfare are.
The blame starts with the party’s former welfare lead, Debbie Abrahams, and ends with the party’s leader.