‘The Prime Minister will use a speech in south-east England tomorrow to outline future radical changes which are aimed at saving an extra £10 billion by 2016 on top of existing plans.
Ministers expect this “next wave” of benefit cuts to include the axing of all housing benefit currently paid to around 380,000 people aged under 25. Such a move would force many to move back in with their parents rather than living independently.
A source close to the Treasury told The Sunday Telegraph: “ We are always looking at bringing in changes which make work pay. No10 – quite rightly – wants radical reform proposals.”’