Duncan Smith


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Duncan Smith

(ˈdʌŋkən ˈsmɪθ)
n
(Biography) (George) Iain. born 1954, British politician; leader of the Conservative Party (2001–03); secretary of state for work and pensions (from 2010)
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FORMER political party leaders Ed Miliband and Iain Duncan Smith have signed up for a new venture as radio hosts.
Mr Crabb, who is MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire, will take over the role after Mr Duncan Smith suddenly resigned on Friday over proposed cuts to disability benefits.
A CHARITY leader yesterday warned Iain Duncan Smith that he will face a tough reception when he revisits Easterhouse.
IAIN Duncan Smith is doing so many U-turns on the Bedroom Tax he must keep meeting himself coming the other way.
She sued and last week the Appeal Court found that the Department for Work and Pensions had breached rules on forced labour by threatening to cut off her benefits A wiser man than Mr Duncan Smith would have chalked it up to experience and got on with their life, but the former Tory leader has taken defeat about as graciously as a three-year-old with a sore head.
TORY welfare secretary Iain Duncan Smith - the man slashing housing benefit for hard-up families - is living in a pounds 2million Tudor country pile for FREE.
Summary: Suggestions of a rift between George Osborne and Iain Duncan Smith have been rejected by a senior minister.
FORMER Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith has insisted he had a "constructive" meeting with Birmingham Council leader Mike Whitby, despite the war of words between them.
Former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith has insisted he had a "constructive" meeting with Birmingham City Council leader Mike Whitby, despite the war of words between them.
FORMER Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith incurred legal costs of around pounds 300,000 in the course of his battle to clear his name and that of his wife Betsy,his office revealed.
Iain Duncan Smith and his wife Betsy yesterday welcomed a Parliamentary report which cleared the former Conservative leader of wrongdoing over his employment of her as a diary secretary.