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.
Tory "axewoman" Esther McVey looking to "finish the job" on disabled workers, say SNP.
Brother claims that repeatedly having to challenge flawed disability assessments became too much for his sister to bare.
UK Government urged to "get a grip" of "fundamental flaws" in Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessments.
How conditions such as anxiety, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn’s disease impacts the lives of sufferers.
Disability charity Scope questions whether the UK Government is honoring its commitment to halve the disability employment gap.
High court judge laments ‘lack of clarity’ in case of man who has suffered long delays in being allocated safe accommodation.
Successive UK Governments have restricted access to vital long-term sickness and disability benefits.
Work and Pensions Committee criticises Government response to two reports on PIP and ESA assessments.
Valerie Baker was ordered to return ‘overpayments’ for past claims and threatened with deportation.
Charity to challenge DWP decision to limit backdated payments for disabled people who were underpaid when transferred to ESA.
Charity says quarter of disabled adults have less than £50 a week left after tax and housing costs.
Official figures show that cuts have caused a massive drop in claimants granted help for welfare battles.
Ombudsman says Bristol City Council did not treat their housing and homelessness applications properly.
Government amends legislation so that the concessions will no longer need to be reviewed every five years.
Judge refuses to free Paul Tate, 53, who was born in UK and says he has never travelled abroad.
Department for Work and Pensions is facing a legal investigation following the suicide a 42-year-old mum of nine.
MS nurses say they are under increasing pressure to help their patients navigate the benefits system.
Ombudsman says Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead did not act quickly enough to find him suitable accommodation.
Win could prevent benefit claimants from using the Human Rights Act when challenging cruel benefits decisions at tribunal.
"You can literally feel my brain and the edges of my skull where it’s been cut off".
DWP face an extra bill of up to £830 million in backdated Employment and Support Allowance payments.
Critics argue £57k cap on 'Access To Work' scheme should be lifted completely.