Will reform move people from welfare into work?
Ministers are to set out options for reforming the benefits system and moving people from welfare into jobs. Will this work?
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith says he wants radical reform to tackle a "culture of worklessness" and help the least well-off in society.
Ministers want to make sure that people don't find themselves worse off when starting a job than while on benefits, which they say is often the case under the current system.
Labour have questioned whether the plans are affordable and may result in cuts in welfare provision elsewhere.
Are you on benefits? How can the welfare system be improved? Should the plans involve cutting welfare? How can the government move people into work?
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