If you need to find dishonesty in politics, look no further than the phrase "fully costed".
A PLANNED £12bn cut to the welfare budget will mean working age people on benefits each lose an average £19 a week, according to new estimates.
George Osborne's pledge to cut an additional £12bn from the benefits bill, repeated at the recent budget, has always been strangely thin on detail.
Benefit sanctions risk plunging families into food poverty and there is no evidence they work, according to an influential Westminster committee.
How does 'Vow Plus' differ from the Smith Commission recommendations?