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10 April 2013

Con-Dems' latest cruel cut: Disability Living Allowance

Iain Duncan Smith, who claimed he could live on the Jobseeker's Allowance pittance of 53 a week, is the architect of the latest assault on disabled people...

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5 December 2012

Workfare schemes failing: We need real job creation

We will never be good enough. Millions strong and most of us young, all of us ready to work. We will never be good enough for Iain Duncan Smith, writes James Ivens.

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23 May 2012

Disabled people's organisations condemn views of Tory minister IDS

On 14 May the Daily Telegraph printed an interview with Tory minister Iain Duncan Smith. In it he made outrageous attacks on disabled people

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2 March 2012

Iain Duncan Smith sweeps aside the argument!

Iain Duncan Smith got a rough ride from Youth Fight for Jobs today both inside and outside Tottenham town hall...

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3 November 2011

Jarrow marchers to meet Iain Duncan Smith

On Friday 4 November six Jarrow marchers (who are part of the recreation of the Jarrow March of 75 years ago) will meet work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith in his Chingford constituency...

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27 October 2010

On your bus, IDS!

WORK AND Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith (IDS) wants to blame the "feckless" unemployed for mass unemployment in the south Wales valleys, writes Dave Reid, Cardiff.

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Jobs and Homes Not Racism - Youth Fight For Jobs banner on anti-EDL demonstration in Tower Hamlets, London, photo East London Socialist Party

Youth Fight For Jobs

23 June 2010

Young people: fight for your future!

The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show that unemployment has risen by 23,000 since April. On average there are five benefit claimants for every one job vacancy throughout the UK. This is the grim reality of how ordinary people are being affected by the crisis, writes Mark Nicholson.

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16 June 2010

IDS's 'anti-poverty drive' attacks the poorest!

THE NEW government work and pensions secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, plans the biggest attack on the rights of the most vulnerable people in society in a generation, writes Paul Callanan.

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