Iain Duncan Smith's replacement inherits the bedroom tax case against his own consituents
Move comes as Chancellor attempts to rebuild authority in wake of his Budget debacle
Osborne ducks emergency debate as new Work and Pensions Secretary appears to rule out more welfare cuts
If the public votes to remain, some Tory MPs would like to see 'Foreign Secretary Osborne'
The Government has been rocked by internal rows over the cuts
The Labour leader accused the Chancellor's Budget of "unravelling" and said it "simply doesn't add up"
There has been speculation that the Chancellor could be forced to resign
IDS needs to present a clear alternative approach to the Treasury’s, not just about where the Budget went wrong, but what the broader vision for his compassionate conservatism looks like
The Chancellor’s economic plan and indeed his own morality are bankrupt. This is his last chance to do something that's right for the country
'I do resent his moral high tone,' says one minister of IDS' resignation
'I care for one thing and one thing only'
Former Work and Pensions Secretary brands the Chancellor's budget, which included tax breaks for higher earners, 'deeply unfair'
Philippa Stroud, who co-founded a think-tank with Mr Duncan Smith, said he was frustrated that certain groups appeared to be shouldering the burden of austerity considerably more than others.
Stephen Crabb has not rebelled once since last year's General Election
The new Work and Pensions Secretary was criticised in 2012 when it emerged he employed interns via the religious fundamentalist group and also reportedly took part in the scheme as an intern in the 1990s
Iain Duncan Smith quit the Cabinet and attacked the latest Budget's cuts to disability benefits as "indefensible"