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Iain Duncan Smith takes viewers' questions on welfare

10 March 2014 Last updated at 11:28 GMT

Universal Credit and welfare reforms meant "millions will be better off", promised the work and pensions secretary.

Iain Duncan Smith was defending changes, where critics have claimed the Universal Credit introduction was being pushed back, but he said he wanted to "roll it out carefully" so it worked properly, and it would be implemented in 2018.

The Conservative minister said it was "not a nasty vicious system", as he was questioned about the critical reaction to welfare changes, including from the Roman Catholic church.

He spoke to Andrew Neil, who posed viewers' questions, after they watched a Sunday Politics film about his changes

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