Iain Duncan Smith, you are just The Worst Kind of Person.
The rhetoric against benefits claimants falls apart under the tiniest bit of scrutiny, (http://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2013/may/13/welfare-fraud-error-universal-credit
Between error and fraud, (mostly error), benefits fraud amounts to no more than 2.1% of the total; an amount that is entirely budgeted for, and minuscule in the light of the overall budgets and cuts that have been made by the conservatives.
It is, of course, the rhetoric itself that The Tories value most, not the cash. It constitutes an ideological attempt to shift the onus of poor employment levels away from the government and onto 'lazy, feckless, cheating benefits claimants'; an attempt to give us a blame figure.
The majority of benefits claimants are hard-working, down-on-their luck people, taking advantage of a critical social safety net that they've been paying for all their lives.