Iain Duncan Smith backs the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on her decision not to appeal the High Court judgment that people with psychological stress should be able to claim higher rates of Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
Iain Duncan Smith raises the case of a constituent seeking redress following his acquittal of common assault, the prosecution of which was based on a fabricated witness statement.
Speaking on the issue of HMRC imposing retrospective tax on donors to referendums Iain Duncan Smith raises concerns that donors to organisations that are not charities or political parties are worried they may be pursued by HMRC.
Following the statement on the collapse of Carillion, Iain Duncan Smith calls for better direct contract management in the public sector and also a regular capability review of companies that are engaged in large public contracts.
Following the Prime Minister’s statement on last week’s European Council meeting, Iain Duncan Smith questions the PM on statements made by the EU’s Chief Negotiator about the UK achieving a bespoke trade agreement.
Following the Prime Minister's statement on Brexit, Iain Duncan Smith seeks assurance that the implementation period will be for implementing the Brexit agreement and not just to carry on with no change at all.
Iain Duncan Smith says he would back a Brexit payment to the EU if it results in leaving the EU with a free trade arrangement which, as we are no longer paying contributions to the EU, will be a net gain.
Iain Duncan Smith welcomes nearly £1.5 billion to help the roll-out process of universal credit and calls on the Secretary of State to ensure that universal support is rolling out alongside universal credit to make the roll-out a success.