Work and Pensions secretary IDS has confirmed to Rachel Reeves that he won't take part in the planned Labour debate on the "bedroom tax" , ITV News understands.
There are a number of demonstrations against the policy planned around Westminster to coincide with the debate.
Shadow secretary for work and pensions Rachel Reeves is calling for MPs to vote on a labour motion to repeal the policy.
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