Iain Duncan Smith is expected to praise reforms to the benefits system, arguing the real success has been to "reframe the argument" away from the amount spent to the "difference it makes".
The work and pension's secretary is expected to accuse opponents to his much delayed Universal Credit of "overlooking the real question":
Our real success has been to reframe the argument - challenging a narrative beloved of the left, which focuses so exclusively on how much is being spent on welfare that it risks overlooking the real question ... that it is not about how much goes into the benefit system, but what difference it makes to people at the other end.
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