Reeves calls for Duncan Smith apology over vote claims
The work and pensions secretary was asked for an apology in Parliament from his Labour shadow over her not voting in an opposition day motion.
Rachel Reeves called on Iain Duncan Smith to "withdraw his criticism" and claimed he would not know why she did not vote.
The Conservative minister said he had "simply made the point" it was good to see her, and referred to the fact she had re-tweeted a comment from another Twitter user on the day concerned about Labour's campaign in Rochester and Strood, where a by-election campaign is under way,
The Labour MP denied being in Rochester and made a second call for an apology.
03 Nov 2014
- From the section UK Politics