UK Government Announces Welfare Cuts
Also unveiled plans for workers to give uprights in exchange for shares in their employer.
The government is determined to cut a further £10bn from the benefits budget to fight the deficit, Chancellor George Osborne has told the Tory conference.
One idea he suggested was limiting the number of children in a family that should be supported on benefits.
He said the better-off would pay more in taxes, but the budget could not be balanced "on the wallets of the rich".