Supporters of a 'Universal Basic Income' argue that it would alleviate absolute poverty and would also motivate people to work.
Sue Jones says Iain Duncan Smith's own incompetence and catalogue of failures left him with no option but to resign.
Guidance released by the DWP outlines how some working people will lose almost £900 a year.
New figures reveal a 7.3% drop in the number of advertised job vacancies since the start of the year.
John McDonnell has said that the Labour Party will consider universal basic income as a part of its new economic policy.
Research suggests that as many as 156,000 specialist homes for vulnerable people could be lost, due to Tory plans to cap Housing Benefit.
Iain Duncan Smith warns MPs against listening to those “in the media and on social media” who “accuse the Government of outrageous actions".
Half a million families will be stripped of child benefit over the next five years, under a series of “stealth” tax raids by George Osborne.
Nearly 14,000 disabled people have had their mobility vehicle taken away, following Government changes to disability benefit assessments.
Specialist housing providers could be forced to close accommodation for the most vulnerable, due to Tory Housing Benefit cuts.
DWP 'administrative error' left more than 300,000 sick and disabled people without their £10 'Christmas Bonus'.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills should tackle employers and landlords dependent on tax credits and Housing Benefit, says Frank Field MP.
Labour MP Frank Field has called for a survey into what happens to 1.5 million people thrown off the welfare rolls each year.
The UK Government is considering ways of reducing eligibility for the daily living component of Personal Independence Payment.
Imposing sanctions on people who already have very limited resources is not only irrational, it is absurdly and spectacularly cruel.
The UK Government is to slash funding for employment support programmes by up to 80% following the Spending Review.
ONS figures show a 151% rise in 'excess winter deaths' in England and Wales in 2014/15, which represents the biggest yearly increase since 1999/00.
David Cameron has been accused of giving preferential treatment to Conservative councils hit by his government's own austerity cuts.
Discrimination laws mean restrictions applied to in-work benefits for EU migrants could affect Brits too.
DWP figures show a huge rise in the number of sick and disabled people hit by controversial benefit sanctions.
Tory MP Stephen McPartland boycotted a meeting with Treasury Minister David Gaulke, after he discovered that Child Tax Credit will be cut by up to a third.
Full-time specialist disability employment advisers who are posted in jobcentres have been drastically reduced since 2011.
Only one in ten say scrapping the Human Rights Act should be a Government priority.