Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has insisted that “all those on benefits will still see cash increases in every year of this Parliament”.
Amidst criticism of welfare cutbacks due to kick in next month, Duncan Smith told the Daily Telegraph: “ If you listen to what I am saying, you will understand the reality is that this country is not cutting welfare, it is managing the growth at a lower level.”
More top news
Business Secretary Vince Cable says the party plans to double the number of employers offering apprenticeships to young people.
A study suggests people who are obese fall into six types including heavy drinking males, young healthy females and those in poorest health.
Ed Miliband will announce the plan to crack down on exploitation which he says is driving immigration of low skilled workers and poor wages.