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  1. I'll fight to quit the EU if we can't claw back powers from Brussels, says Iain Duncan Smith

    The Work and Pensions Secretary, who made his name as a Tory rebel on Europe, warned David Cameron that he must ‘step up the gas’ to regain power. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

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  1. Welfare reform: will Iain Duncan Smith's benefits revolution happen?

    The work and pensions secretary has restated his determination to transform Britain's welfare system. But universal credit, his flagship project to streamline benefits into a single payment, is proving ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. Guest columnist Julia Hartley-Brewer says there are rights and wrongs on both side of the benefits debate FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  3. By 24dash reporter Max Salsbury The bedroom tax isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Well, actually it isn’t anyone’s cup of tea, apart from huge fanboy Iain ... FULL ARTICLE AT 24Dash.com

  1. Iain Duncan Smith has scoffed at figures that suggest nearly two-thirds of those struck by the controversial bedroom tax are disabled. The works and pensions secretary has claimed the figure ... FULL ARTICLE AT 24Dash.com

  2. Iain Duncan Smith is living on a different planet if he thinks most people are better off

    Try telling that to the two million who are still jobless, or the near 750,000 who have been out of work for at least a year FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  3. Delusional Iain Duncan Smith claims we are all

    Iain Duncan Smith yesterday sparked fury by claiming people are “better off” under cruel Tory reforms that hit the poor and vulnerable when the figures say otherwise FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  4. The unemployment figures expose the philosophy behind our economic recovery

    Many people are enjoying neither good wages nor job security the outcome of the UK governments neoliberal philosophyThe labour market figures released today show unemployment continuing to fall and ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

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George Iain Duncan Smith (born 9 April 1954) is a British politician, often referred to by his initials, "IDS". He served as the Leader of the Conservative Party from 12 September 2001 to 6 November 2003. He is currently a member of the Cabinet, holding the portfolio of Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, and is a Member of Parliament (MP) representing the London constituency Chingford and... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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