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Iain Duncan Smith resigns from cabinet over disability cuts

Iain Duncan Smith, who has resigned from the cabinet, citing cuts to disability benefits outlined in George Osborne’s budget.


Tory Benefit Cuts Face New Attack In Lords - Labour and Lib Dem peers will use debate on reform to warn of child poverty surge.

from mirror

'Murderer!'- Iain Duncan Smith confronted by furious protest at Job Centre visit

Murderer!' - Iain Duncan Smith confronted by furious protest as he visits Job Centre. Mr Duncan Smith arriving at the Job Centre to shouts of "murderer of disabled people"

A court has ruled that work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith (pictured) was “unreasonable”, “irrational” and acted “unlawfully” by delaying payments of his new disability benefit to two disabled people.

Iain Duncan Smith says it should not be up to the Government to stop the disabled being poor Disabled should ‘work their way out of poverty’ says Iain Duncan Smith. DISABLED people should stop relying on the state and “work their way out of poverty”, according to Iain Duncan Smith. He is so truly evil, he sickens me. Psychopath

from The Independent

David Cameron has put Iain Duncan Smith back in charge of poor people

11 reasons the poor are worried that Iain Duncan Smith is back in charge of benefits cuts - A truly EVIL man.

from The Independent

This man died 18 days after his benefits were stopped. Now his sister wants your help

The sister of a man who died 18 days after he was sanctioned by job centre staff has made an emotional plea to Iain Duncan Smith to open a public inquest into her brother’s death.

from mirror

Iain Duncan Smith in sanctions call after failing to turn up to his hustings

Iain Duncan Smith fails to show up for General Election hustings in his own constituency - Mirror Online


Iain Duncan Smith to accelerate benefit reforms to stop Labour reversing them

Iain Duncan Smith to accelerate benefit reforms to stop Labour reversing them Benefits reform will be one of the key battlegrounds at May’s general election and the suggestion that Mr Duncan Smith wants to bed in fully his benefit reforms will infuriate Labour