Owen Smith, the Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, said: 'It has now been revealed that the DWP has quietly given up on the national trial'
Mr Duncan Smith said he gave a “sigh of relief” when he left government because he would “never have to deal with those people again”
This was not an appeal to those at the bottom to act in their interest and Vote Leave. This was an instruction to the rich to do their bit for social justice by voting out, whatever the cost
The former DWP secretary said the union helped the 'haves' rather than the 'have-nots'
The former DWP secretary said there was 'no way' Mr Johnson was racist
In cases like suicide, stories are important. If we let a government keep our stories secret, we give it permission to rewrite history
The US President is expected to speak in support of Britain remaining in the EU later this week
If Crabb meant what he said, the most vulnerable among us are not safe yet
The interview is part of an upcoming BBC series on benefits in the Victorian era by Iain Hislop
The Chancellor was right to abandon his Budget, but the damage to his reputation is done. And another picture of old London
Chancellor seen joking while fellow Cabinet member played with his phone
Iain Duncan Smith's replacement inherits the bedroom tax case against his own consituents
Many Tory MPs now feel able to challenge the authority of Cameron-Osborne for the first time
Osborne is trapped by the pivotal decision he took in opposition, to seek a quick return from deficit to surplus his defining mission
Stephen MacPartland says the sanctification of IDS has been “absolutely disgraceful”
The Government has been rocked by internal rows over the cuts