Iain Duncan Smith will accuse Labour of leaving the root causes of poverty "unchecked" and failing to "break the cycle of disadvantage", despite spending £171 billion on tax credits.
The coalition Government is committed to developing a new multidimensional measure of child poverty.
This new measure will span different indicators, drawing together our knowledge of what it means for a child to live in poverty.
It must be robust in showing the total number of children living in poverty in the UK and the severity of that poverty whilst also being widely accepted by the public as meaningful and accurate.
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