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Posted on 2 March 2012 at 16:45 GMT

Iain Duncan Smith sweeps aside the argument!

Iain Duncan Smith got a rough ride from Youth Fight for Jobs today both inside and outside Tottenham town hall.

Youth Fight for Jobs protesters joined the Boycott Workfare called protest to tackle Iain Duncan Smith on his controversial work programme.

Ian Pattison, YFFJ organiser, was pushed aside by Iain Duncan Smith whilst he questioned the cabinet minister on the scheme.

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