Former leader says govt need to 'pause' universal credit cut

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Former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith says the government need to "pause" their proposed cut to universal credit. The ex-Work and Pensions Secretary believe it will give them "time to think", but reckons they have "blinked" by putting up a £500 million support fund.

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