GPs advised not to provide sick notes for sick and disabled people found 'fit for work' by the DWP.
"This callous and unjustified approach to social administration is destroying people’s lives", writes Sue Jones.
Exclusive: There is also strong support among benefit claimants for the SNP's approach to social security.
Austerity is a form of 'social murder', says researcher.
The number of children housed in temporary accomodation has reached a 12-year high, official figures show.
New Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd urged to improve Universal Credit scheme.
Capita awarded an extension to a 24-year-old contract to continue running council tax collection and benefit payments in London.
Chancellor hiding behind 'soundbites' while continuing the Tories' brutal austerity agenda, says SNP MP.
Frank Field accuses the DWP of sharing 'misleading' and 'disingenuous' Universal Credit ads on Twitter.
Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey MP said those who claim the Tories are cutting social security benefits are "peddling fake news".
In the seventh richest country, we should all be deeply ashamed that people still cannot afford to feed their families.
40% of the public would welcome Basic Income experiments in their local area while just 15% would oppose them
An in-depth analysis of the controversial Work Capability Assessment and how it's used to limit access to social security benefits.
Charities and others are letting the government off the hook, writes Mo Stewart.
It’s bad enough that we demonise the poor and disabled – now they can’t even leave their homes or use social media in peace.
Successive UK Governments have restricted access to vital long-term sickness and disability benefits.
Disabled researcher and military veteran speaks about her own experiences of dealing with the DWP and the UK's welfare system.
Even Santa needs a little help from time to time.
Politicians are putting their own self interests and those of their party before the needs of the people they are elected to serve.
Sue Jones writes that social security has been transformed from a system that once aided people in need, to one that punishes them for needing support.
How is it undemocratic to say UK voters should get the final say on EU membership, once we know the details of the final deal?