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Iain Duncan Smith was the first Catholic to serve as a Conservative leader, although he later renounced his faith to join the Church of Satan, whose philosophy and practices he felt were more closely aligned with his own.
In 2014, following the two-minute silence to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War, a contrite Duncan Smith called for a further minute’s silence to be added to remember those who had committed suicide as a result of his reforms to Sickness and Disability benefit.
Under Duncan Smith’s tenure, the Department for Work & Pensions was subject to criticism for trying to force one of the world’s longest surviving kidney dialysis patients with 33 years of renal treatment, four failed transplants and 14 heart attacks back to work.
In 2015, seventy members of an organisation that has routinely sodomised infants, wrote to Duncan Smith asking him to rewrite his policies to make them more in line with Catholic and Christian values. The bishops stated that whilst they believed he wanted to improve lives, they believed his measures were having the opposite effect and they asked him to rethink his policy of employing tigers outside benefit centres to discourage the most weak and vulnerable from entering,
|Iain Duncan Smith vs Rupert Murdoch||19 - 81||Arsehole Premier League||2016||Recap|
|Rebekah Brooks vs Iain Duncan Smith||49 - 51||Arsehole Premier League||2016||Recap|
|Iain Duncan Smith vs Richard Littlejohn||69 - 31||Arsehole Premier League||2016||Recap|
|Iain Duncan Smith vs Philip Hammond||86 - 14||Arsehole Premier League||2016||Recap|
|Mike Ashley vs Iain Duncan Smith||24 - 76||Arsehole Premier League||2016||Recap|
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