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The Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith resigned from his cabinet position Friday night.
David Cameron said he was "puzzled" by the move given its timing.
Nevertheless, many who have been critical of the DWP's reforms under Iain Duncan Smith's leadership have expressed glee at his exit from the post.
Mind you, he's only walking away from a combined Cabinet minister's salary of £134,565 per annum to the regular pay of £74,000 for an MP.
So with a salary triple that of the average person in the UK, he's probably won't be going to food banks any time soon...
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