Iain Duncan Smith answers MPs’ questions on his Work and Pensions portfolio.
Iain Duncan Smith answers MPs’ questions relating to his Work and Pensions portfolio, including recuding the number of people in workless households and rolling out universal credit.
Iain Duncan Smith answers questions from back bench MPs.
Iain Duncan Smith welcomes the Summer Budget as a budget of great significance for the economy and he particularly welcomes the move to a national living wage
Iain Duncan Smith announces a new way of measuring child poverty which will focus on the root causes of poverty by taking into account educational achievement and living in workless households as well as income.
Iain Duncan Smith responds to statistics based on today’s “Households Below Average Income” report which show that the percentage of individuals and children in relative low income is at its lowest since the 1980s.
Iain Duncan Smith answers back bench MPs’ questions relating to his Work and Pensions portfolio.
Iain Duncan Smith opens the debate on the Budget focusing on the issues of jobs, pensions and savings.
Iain Duncan Smith answers MPs’ questions on issues including the effect of the benefit cap on long-term unemployment and the comparative assessment of unemployment rates in the UK and other European countries.
Chingford & Woodford Green Conservatives
The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP
House of Commons