Iain Duncan Smith said the film depicted the 'very worst of anything that can ever happen to anybody', while Toby Young has said that aspects of the Ken Loach film 'don’t ring true'
Mr Duncan Smith presided over £15bn of cuts to the benefits system in the five years after 2010
I’ve never reviewed a film and I’ve not seen it yet, so I’m highly qualified to tell you how miserable Ken Loach’s latest offering is
Loach was supposed to be in retirement before making his Palme d’Or winning ‘I, Daniel Blake’, about government benefit cuts
London School of Economics researchers found that 75 per cent of press coverage 'misrepresented' the Labour leader
The film is due to be released in October
It was deemed one of the best festivals in years - but several deserving films left without recognition
Jury president George Miller described the jury's selection as 'rigorous and happy'
Anjali Joseph writes a daring kind of novel, however quiet it seems
'I don't do New Year's resolutions. There's no point, I'll just keep going as I am.'
He embodied the fashion of authentic voices telling authentic stories
(U) Robert Connolly, 97 mins. Starring: Sam Worthington, Ed Oxenbould, Deborah Mailman
Football can bring people together or force them apart. In Israel they make claims for the positive case while acknowledging that in one notorious instance the opposite tends to happen.
Despite the title Something in the Air, the 1969 Thunderclap Newman hit of the same title doesn't feature in the new film from French writer-director Olivier Assayas.
The Italian's appointment has proved hugely controversial
Touring productions of parts 1, 2 and 3 will be performed on the sites of landmark battles