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The worst thing for Iain Duncan Smith’s “have-nots” would be Brexit

The poor would bare the brunt of a post-Brexit recession

By Tony Yates  

Iain Duncan Smith, former Work and Pensions Secretary, who in a recent speech claimed Brexit would benefit the "have-nots" ©Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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On Tuesday, Iain Duncan Smith gave a short speech on why the EU is a force for, in his words, “social injustice.” In it, he focused attention on the impact…

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