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Iain Duncan Smith attacks 'unfair' budget in first interview since resigning

Former Work and Pensions Security accuses government of making 'arbitrary cuts' which he says damages the party and the country.

In his first interview since his shock resignation on Friday, Duncan Smith accusing David Cameron and George Osborne of balancing the books on the backs of struggling working people and the vulnerable.

In an emergency reshuffle of the Cabinet Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb was named as the new Work and Pensions Secretary.

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Iain Duncan Smith set for first post-resignation interview

The former Work and Pensions secretary is due to give his first interview since he quit Credit: Hannah McKay/PA

Iain Duncan Smith will give his first post-resignation interview as the row over why he quit his cabinet post continues to rumble on.

Fresh fallout is expected to follow the former Work and Pensions secretary's interview on BBC One's Andrew Marr show this morning as a growing split appears to be dividing the Tories following Duncan Smith's claims that he resigned over proposed disability benefit cuts.

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