The Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has denied claims that his welfare reform programme is a "debacle".
Speaking in front of MPs today, Mr Duncan Smith admitted the introduction of the new system was running late, but revealed the IT problems that initially disrupted the programme were now fixed.
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