Ministers launch attack on Labour child poverty goal

Prime Minister David Cameron and work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith have mounted an attack on the former Labour government's child poverty targets, arguing that comparing relative incomes is 'illogical' and creates perverse incentives.

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