The former Work and Pensions Secretary welcomes moves to cushion cuts to universal credit - but says they must be a 'downpayment' only
It was unfair to persist with generous guaranteed rises to pensions while other groups paid the price of austerity well before a majority of those benefitting from them voted to kick the economy in the guts
Former Work and Pensions Secretary advises Parliament to ignore Supreme Court
The former Tory leader urged Britain not to indulge in an 'orgy of complaint' over the Republican billionaire's surprise election win
Mr Duncan Smith presided over £15bn of cuts to the benefits system in the five years after 2010
Mr Duncan Smith says the cuts could be reversed in the Autumn Statement without any extra spending
The former work and pensions secretary echoes comments by Dr Liam Fox
The Ex-Tory leader says the same approach failed for David Cameron
'We shouldn’t wait to see the outcome of the two elections in Germany and France, that suggestion is yet another attempt to turn this referendum result into a neverendum’
Government fought in the courts for four years to keep the companies' identities a secret, saying it would damage their 'commercial interests'
Damian Green has delayed his predecessor’s policy until at least March 2022
‘I’ve talked to her, she’s actually mortified about that, really genuinely mortified,’ says Mr Duncan Smith
'At that time no one knew what the final deal would be. Look what has been achieved in this renegotiation. Now that's being put to the British people'
'She was talking about the British people having a referendum...the fact is that the British people can’t vote'
Vote Leave however said the Treasury was 'deeply biased'
The Department for Work and Pensions has always denied it is possible to in any way connect benefit claimants' deaths with cuts or sanctions