Following the Supreme Court judgment, Iain Duncan Smith calls for the Bill to be short and simple to ensure swift progress through Parliament to enable the triggering of Article 50.
Iain Duncan Smith asks the Prime Minister if she asked the President of the European Council why he vetoed the offer to allow EU citizens here in the UK to remain, and vice versa, when his own Government in Poland was keen to agree.
Iain Duncan Smith backs the Government and supports setting a date by which Article 50 has to be invoked and moving forward into the negotiations.
Iain Duncan Smith calls on the Government to consider very changes to Universal Credit Working Allowances as these allowances are critical in helping people who try to get into work stay in work.
Iain Duncan Smith seeks confirmation from the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union that the UK taking control of its borders is not negotiable.
Iain Duncan Smith makes a statement to the House of Commons on the Government’s review of the state pension age to help ensure the state pension remains sustainable for generations to come.
Iain Duncan Smith answers MPs’ questions on his Work and Pensions portfolio.
Iain Duncan Smith answers MPs’ questions relating to his Work and Pensions portfolio, including recuding the number of people in workless households and rolling out universal credit.
Iain Duncan Smith answers questions from back bench MPs.
Chingford & Woodford Green Conservatives
The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP
House of Commons