Families of the dead say the DWP 'knows it is killing people', but the government denies any link
Iain Duncan Smith's plan to encourage more people into work has already angered disability campaigners
Prime Minister's one nation pledge 'could look like the bleakest of ironies' by the end of the parliament
Former PM's tone on immigration contrasts with that of Cameron, who has launched crackdown on 'benefit tourism'
Only a tenth of people due to use new system by 2015 will be transferred on time, new figures show
George Osborne said IDS wasn't clever enough: waste of millions of pounds suggests he was right
'Don't you dare lecture anyone on the NHS again,' he threatens Labour – before heaping praise on his team
Two new polls show that Ed Miliband is a drag on Labour's chances of winning the 2015 election
Report offers damning assessment of IT system behind Universal Credit project, but minister says it's fixed
Prime Minister says all-male clubs belong in the past but some senior Tories might disagree
Chin chin, old bean: Number Ten sends Twitter followers to spoof Duncan Smith account
Chancellor's Spending Review sends clear signal the Tories will go into election as cost-cutting party
Iain Duncan Smith was ready to cut welfare by further £3bn to fund defence; no thanks says the Chancellor
Critics say Iain Duncan Smith's reforms will turn back the clock for disabled people - but IDS denies he's being nasty
Chancellor adopts new image to defend welfare reforms, but is it just a cynical political ploy?
Minister branded 'smug' and urged to prove he could live on minimum amount paid to benefits claimants
But can Miliband's measured tones win over those who think he's too soft on immigration?
Theresa May has infuriated the judges – but it's music to the ears of Tory election guru Lynton Crosby
Anti-workfare campaigners claim victory but Iain Duncan Smith is as bullish as ever