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Twitter users were quick to remind the former Chancellor about the tragic human cost of cuts to vital public services and social security benefits.
Even the former PM appears to believe the Labour leader would be the best PM.
MPs "unable to find consistent evidence" to prove the Troubled Families Programme has had any significant impact.
Senior civil servant describes unpublished Whitehall report into efforts to tackle entrenched social problems as damning.
Downing Street rejects former pensions minister Ros Altmann’s suggestion that guaranteed yearly rise could disappear.
Triple-lock protection too costly, says former pensions minister, as work and pensions department refuses to rule out review.
Government accused of dismissing its responsibility to care for unaccompanied minors as ‘somebody else’s problem’.
Baroness Ros Altmann quit because her efforts to improve pensions policy were thwarted by "short term political considerations".
Doctors’ union had asked prime minister for increase, citing popularity of leave campaign’s £350m a week pledge.
Mark Porter accuses government at doctor’s union conference of breaking pledges to protect and fund the health service.
European court of justice set to throw out challenge by European commission over right to residence requirement.
Film-maker says it would be pointless to show his Palme d’Or-winner I, Daniel Blake to Conservative government.
Four-year ban on receiving in-work benefits likely to affect only a small number of newly arriving families, analysis shows.
David Cameron’s promise to fix ‘broken Britain’ has been forgotten, claims doctor.
Stephen Crabb scraps cuts that prompted departure of Iain Duncan Smith, and sparks uncertainty over further pledges.
David Cameron launches counterattack after claims that work and pensions secretary ‘felt he carried can for disability row’.
Thousands of campaigners are preparing to march on more than 70 Jobcentres across the UK.
Work and pensions secretary also accuses PM of talking down Britain in a sign of rising tensions at senior Tory levels over EU referendum.
Dr Alan Smith, the bishop of St Albans, says proposed cuts will hit those the prime minister says he wants to help.
As 28 EU members meet to agree a deal on the UK’s demands for EU reform, Labour leader brands whole renegotiation a ‘theatrical sideshow’.
Donald Tusk says leaders will have to go ‘extra mile’ to reach agreement as Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic revolt on eve of key summit.
SNP MP accused the Tories of unfairly targeting vulnerable people with benefit sanctions, instead of actually helping people into work.