Iain Duncan Smith has today lashed out at Birmingham graduate Cait Reilly, who challenged having to work for free at a local Poundland store.
The Work and Pension Secretary has criticised graduates who consider themselves "too good" to stack supermarket shelves as he vowed not to back down after a flagship back-to-work scheme was ruled legally flawed.
Cait Reilly, 24, from Birmingham, won her Court of Appeal claim that required her to work for free at a Poundland discount store, which breached laws banning slavery and forced labour.
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