Iain Duncan Smith

Foreign secretary Boris Johnson and former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith are among the MPs who could lose out [...]

20 June 2017
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In a blow to the job prospects of hacks everywhere, former Labour leader Ed Miliband and former Tory leader Iain [...]

13 June 2017
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Senior Tory backbenchers Nicky Morgan, Anna Soubry and Dominic Grieve have all quit the prominent Open Britain [...]

25 April 2017
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The Prime Minister will not give a running commentary on her Brexit strategy or the status of ongoing talks. [...]

7 April 2017
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Chancellor Philip Hammond's plan to hike National Insurance contributions (NICs) for self-employed workers has [...]

9 March 2017
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Senior Conservative Iain Duncan Smith has branded Britain's former ambassador to the EU "untrustworthy", a day [...]

4 January 2017
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Former work and pensions secretary Stephen Crabb has joined the growing calls for the government to drop its policy [...]

21 November 2016
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Brexit could be delayed if government loses its appeal on the Article 50 case, the deputy president of the Supreme [...]

15 November 2016
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A top free market think tank has partnered with one of Britain’s most successful entrepreneurs to launch a [...]

20 October 2016
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Westminster watchers are again decamping for a few days of agenda-setting speeches, hard-hitting policy debates, [...]

1 October 2016
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People who are unable to work due to serious illness or medical conditions will no longer have to undergo "pointless" [...]

1 October 2016
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Theresa May is facing pressure from backbench Tories to launch the UK out of the EU as soon as possible, with [...]

23 August 2016
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Brexit negotiations should begin immediately and not be put on hold for elections in Europe, due to be held next [...]

21 August 2016
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Boris Johnson and Sadiq Khan have crossed swords on live TV over the implications of a Brexit for London, ahead [...]

21 June 2016
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With less than two days until polling stations open, Survation's final telephone polling has shown a narrowing [...]

21 June 2016
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Virgin group founder Richard Branson has launched a new campaign to urge voters to back the European Union in [...]

20 June 2016
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FTSE 100 bosses are preparing to provide last-minute backing for a Remain vote ahead of this week's referendum. [...]

19 June 2016
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Prime Minister David Cameron has sought to play up the irreversible nature of a vote to leave the EU, describing [...]

19 June 2016
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Justice secretary Michael Gove has pointed to an increased ability to bail out failing sectors as an important [...]

16 June 2016
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Trade Union Congress general secretary Frances O'Grady is to take on former Confederation of British Industry [...]

16 June 2016
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Bosses at three of the UK's largest employers have threatened legal action on Vote Leave after the Brexiteers included [...]

16 June 2016
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Former prime minister Gordon Brown will today team with the leaders of 10 of the UK's largest cities to warn that [...]

16 June 2016
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Seven in 10 Conservative MPs say that Brexit would be good for British entrepreneurs, according to a Yougov survey. [...]

16 June 2016
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Justice secretary Michael Gove has hit back at claims that a Brexit vote would hit the UK's finances, claiming [...]

15 June 2016
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With less than 10 days to go before the referendum, Leave campaigners have unveiled a raft of reforms designed [...]

15 June 2016
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Chancellor George Osborne is to team with his immediate predecessor to warn that a Brexit vote would trigger an [...]

15 June 2016
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David Cameron's renegotiations with the EU have been slammed as “Mickey Mouse” by Spanish international trade [...]

14 June 2016
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Skills minister Nick Boles has suggested the incoming apprenticeship levy could be put on ice if the UK votes [...]

13 June 2016
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The latest poll figures show support for leaving the EU is growing amongst the British voting public with figures [...]

13 June 2016
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A Brexit vote would dramatically increase risk premiums on UK equities, one macro-research house has argued, wiping [...]

9 June 2016
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