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Labour pledges to extend £10 per hour ‘Real Living Wage’ to under 18’s

Jeremy Corbyn accused the Tories of discriminating against young people.

Youth services slashed by 70% since 2010, say Labour

Austerity is "tearing the heart out of our communities", says Jeremy Corbyn.

Labour pledge to ban the outsourcing of social security contracts

Outsourcing giants like Atos and Capita could be banned from carrying out assessments for sickness and disability benefits.

Tory energy cancellations risk leaving 20 million homes in the dark, warn Labour

"The Tories risk failing in one of the first duties of any Government – keeping the lights on."

Scottish Labour branded ‘shameless’ after refusing to back benefits boost for carers

Party voted against new regulations to uprate Carer's Allowance by the cost of living.

40,000 pensioners set to lose an average of £5,500 a year, say Labour

Major cut in support for pensioners that will total £400 million over the next 3 years.

Labour pledge £2,600 per year pay rise for Britain’s low-paid

Jeremy Corbyn says a "perfect storm" of low pay, insecurity and working poverty is causing "terrible stress" for millions of families.

BBC accused of legitimising racism as Labour issue formal complaint over treatment of Diane Abbott

Labour are furious about the treatment of Diane Abbott on BBC Question TIme.

Most people say Labour have the most humane welfare policies – but only just

Exclusive: There is also strong support among benefit claimants for the SNP's approach to social security.

2.4 million older people could lose their free TV licences, say Labour

2.4 million over 75s who live on their own could lose the free TV licence in 2020.

Labour would restore legal aid for benefit appeal cases

Shadow Justice Secretary to announce the reversal of legal aid cuts for people who challenge benefit decisions under a future Labour government.

Disabled benefit claimants denied access to justice, says Labour MP

Video: Cuts to legal aid mean disabled people cannot access legal advice when challenging benefit decisions, says Labour MP.

Labour call for Universal Credit ‘gagging clauses’ to be removed

“All civil society organisations must have the right to speak out about this injustice."

Labour could scrap Universal Credit, says John McDonnell

John McDonnell: "I think most people now are coming to the conclusion Universal Credit has got to be scrapped."

Labour vow to ‘scrap the punitive benefit sanctions regime in its entirety’

Labour is also considering scrapping the Tories' flagship Universal Credit reform, said Margaret Greenwood MP.

100,000 retail jobs lost in the last three years, Labour analysis reveals

Labour has called on the UK Government to save Britain's "dying" high-streets.

‘Labour must return to the founding principles of the welfare state’, says union boss

Jeremy Corbyn must commit to over-turning decades of social security cuts, says PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka.

Labour warn of NHS land ‘fire sale’

Hospitals forced to put valuable land up for sale to plug funding gaps caused by years of austerity.

‘Shocking’ rise in child homelessness ‘should shame the government’, say Labour

Rising homelessness "a direct result" of government cuts to welfare benefits and council funding, say Labour.

Debbie Abrahams loses Labour frontbench role amid bullying claims

MP sacked as shadow work and pensions secretary after party investigation of allegations.

Mortgage support changes risk causing ‘real hardship’, warn Labour

Low-income homeowners going without essentials to avoid accepting Government loan.

‘Lifeline’ welfare payments are being ‘hacked away’, says Labour MP

Statistics show that more than £300 million has been cut from two vital social funds.

Labour’s Debbie Abrahams stands down accusing leader’s office of ‘bullying’ behaviour

Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary claims to be the victim of a "bullying culture of the worst kind", as Party investigates "work based complaints".

Labour slam ‘total failure’ of PIP and ESA benefit assessments

Ministry of Justice statistics reveal that 69% of PIP and ESA decisions were over-turned at Tribunal in favour of claimants between October to December 2017.

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