Councils should ensure their education transport policies properly support young adults with disabilities, says Ombudsman.
Concerns over Government plans to move existing disabled claimants onto Universal Credit.
'Cruel' UK government rejects cross-party request to amend benefits legislation to better support terminally ill claimants.
MPs criticise a "culture of indifference" at the Department for Work and Pensions.
An in-depth analysis of the controversial Work Capability Assessment and how it's used to limit access to social security benefits.
Pearl Kelly has been denied Personal Independent Payment, despite mobility issues and being riddled with tumours .
Charities and others are letting the government off the hook, writes Mo Stewart.
Thousands of sick and disabled people are being wrongly assessed and denied Social Security benefit they are entitled to, says charity.
He and his partner have been left with just £5 a week to feed themselves.
George Brodie served in the first Gulf War and says he has been failed by the so-called 'military covenant'.
Callous benefit bosses axed her disability benefits despite knowing about the severe trauma she had experienced.
MIND branded the proposals as “ill-advised” and “short-sighted”.
20 metre PIP rule is preventing people with MS from accessing the support they need, says MS Society.
Campaigners describe the announcement as "a piecemeal solution for a broken system" and call for further improvements.
365,000 disabled people "trapped" in unsuitable homes and unable to find accessible housing.
Two severely disabled men were forced to miss out on £178 a month in vital benefits.
Thousands of severely sick and disabled people forced to fight for vital financial support.
Committee criticises the accuracy and fairness of benefit assessment reports by private firms Atos, Capita and Maximus.
Disabled universal credit claimants with severe disabilities to be 'compensated' for the loss of the Severe Disability Premium.
Over 200,000 disabled people forced to wait all summer for the benefits they are legally entitled to.
GMB investigation also found that over a thousand care users have been taken to court over debts.
Disability pay gap has increased to its highest level since 2013, TUC report shows.
A "hostile environment" towards disabled people is fueling a negative public perception of people living with a disability.
DWP admit there is no policy to ensure benefit assessment centres have parking facilities within 20 meters.