Iain Duncan Smith has issued a direct rebuke at Birmingham graduate Cait Reilly, who challenged having to work for free at a local Poundland store or face losing unemployment benefits.
You have to learn early that if you commit to something you stay by and do it.
She was paid jobseeker's allowance by the taxpayer to do this.
Iain Duncan Smith has also lashed out at graduates who consider themselves "too good" to stack supermarket shelves. He's announced that he will not back down after the flagship back-to-work scheme was ruled legally flawed.
A judge has rejected graduate Cait Reilly's claim that a scheme requiring her to work for free breached human rights laws banning slavery.
A Birmingham University graduate, challenging a Government scheme that she says forced her to work for free in Poundland, arrives in court.
A Birmingham University graduate is challenging a Government work experience scheme that she says forced her to work for free in Poundland