"Oh wow I’m sure a letter to mums will suddenly make childcare affordable," one critic said.
The idea was derided as a “red meat” policy designed to shore up the former prime minister's leadership.
Shadow work and pensions secretary unveils a raft of proposals to overhaul welfare system which "too often... disincentivises work".
The money will go straight into your bank account.
The chancellor caved in to mounting pressure over the cost of living crisis by announcing a windfall tax on oil and gas firms.
Downing Street refused to back Simon Clarke and insisted "we are keeping all our options open".
Chancellor's career likened to a "giant Ponzi scheme".
Here's what Rishi Sunak has in mind as chancellor maps out a "post-Covid" economy.
Sir Peter Bottomley thinks the pay makes it “desperately difficult” for new MPs – on the day benefits were cut for millions.
The work and pensions secretary was caught enjoying karaoke as benefits were reduced by £1,000 a year.