Iain Duncan Smith hits out at Labour’s ‘wriggly worm U-turns’

 

Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has hit out at Labour’s stance on welfare reform, branding the party’s policies "wriggly worm U-turns".

He attacked a major speech from Labour leader Ed Miliband, who had suggested that social housing should be allocated first to people in work.

Mr Duncan Smith also denied that the Government was preparing to ditch a proposed £26,000 annual cap on benefit payments, following comments from welfare reform minister Lord Freud.

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