I’ve been anticipating this meeting for weeks, now the slimy, spawny git just oozes out of it and sends lackeys instead. ‘Coward’ is one word for Smith. To me he’s Wormtongue, dripping poison in ears to corrupt and mislead, but without the balls to be a man and stand up to account for himself. A spineless, vicious eunuch, a snake that gives vipers a bad name.
Work and Pensions Select Committee members, if you happen to be reading this, send someone to clap him in irons and drag his smarmy, snivelling arse in front of you to answer for his lie.
Can you tell I’m not happy?
We were all so thrilled at the time. After being outed as a liar by some of our favourite blogs, and after more than 100,000 people signed a petition calling for him to be held to account, we heard that Iain Duncan Smith was to be called before Parliament’s Work and Pensions committee to account for the statistical falsehoods he has been spreading around Westminster and the UK like a new disease.
Now we learn that he will not, after all, be appearing to give evidence before the committee on the production and release of DWP statistics, despite that meeting having been postponed from June until mid-July.
The session, covering recent UK Statistics Authority investigations into complaints about benefit statistics and the DWP’s response, the quality and accessibility of the department’s statistics, its processes for preparing and releasing statistics, and its role in helping the media interpret those…
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