Iain Duncan Smith's catalogue of waste and poverty

Iain Duncan Smith's catalogue of waste and poverty The Guardian

Iain Duncan Smith conceded that he will miss his own deadline for moving all claimants to universal credit by 2017. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters.
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THE FAILED LEADER OF THE TORY PARTY,A FASCIST,A CATHOLIC,AN EX ARMS DEALER - HOW CAN ANYONE BELIEVE SUCH A MAN

SLAVERY IS BACK

FASCIST SMITH KNOWS NO LIMITS

BROKEN BRITISH POLITICS- ID SMITH – DELUSIONAL OR DECEIFUL LIAR

The character of I D Smith is difficult to describe having researched his background .He studied Fascism in Italy ,went to America to support the Iraq War ,Sold Arms for GEC-Marconi and worked for Social Security Benefits in 1994 .During that period he declared that the Benefits system was being Defrauded and Abused on a vast Scale and had betrayed the intensions of the Beverage Report .After joining Politics he reached the position of Leader of the Tory Party but in 2003 received a vote of No Confidence and as a Backbencher he formed the Think Tank the Centre for Social Justice. He worked with small charities to find innovative Policies to Tackle Poverty .In 2010 Cameron appointed him Secretary of State for Work & Pensions .His positions helped incur eventually to cause more Poverty and Draconian Policies to Decimate the Social Fabric of Britain within two years.

 

The Information Tribunal ordered the DWP to name the companies and charities involved in workfare at an appeal hearing this work. A long running war of words has been waging between the DWP and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) ever since a Freedom of Information request was submitted by Frank Zola asking for the names of organisations taking placements under the Government’s Mandatory Work Activity scheme.  Three times the DWP have attempted to dodge the ICO’s demand for transparency which resulted in this week’s tribunal hearing.18/05/2013

SMITH TO BE GRILLED IN JUNE 2013

With deceptively little fanfare, the work and pensions select committee has announced that it intends to question Iain Duncan Smith over his misuse of statistics. After IDS was rebuked by the UK Statistics Authority for falsely claiming that 8,000 people had moved into work as a result of the introduction of the benefit cap, the committee has "decided to examine the way DWP releases benefit statistics to the media".