Accusation comes after a UN report accussed the UK Government of taking Britain back to the age of Victorian work houses and extreme poverty.
UN report accuses the UK Government of being "in a state of denial" over the impact of its welfare policies.
"I'd work if I could to pay my way, but I'm so unwell at the moment after my surgery that it's impossible."
Calls for an independent inquiry have seemingly been ignored by the DWP.
Revelation comes as two single mums failed to challenge the hateful policy at the Supreme Court.
Vulnerable people are being tricked out of hundreds of pounds, charity warns.
Changes to social security benefits are devastating family incomes, report warns.
Work and Pensions Secretary said she wanted to ensure that penalties for failing to meet strict benefit conditionality "are proportionate".
10,000 severely disabled people would have left worse off by around a £100 per month.
Universal Credit claimants are given little information about how payments are calculated and if they can appeal decisions.
The DWP letter advises GP’s not to provide sick notes to people found ‘fit for work’.
"They must listen to all of the evidence of hardship and damage they are causing and urgently reassess their approach to welfare."
Call for thousands of people who lost out on severe disability premium payments to be reimbursed.
At least 70% of benefit appeals are overturned at tribunal in favour of claimants.
The research found that the majority of former tax credit claimants were struggling to cope under the new benefits system.
He was left pennniless and unable to pay the rent or top up his electricity meter.
Mr Sycamore was left unable to top up his electric meter due to problems with Universal Credit.
Work and Pensions Committee blasts "disrespectful Government responses that treat us like dirt".
Taxpayers footing the bill for DWP incompetency.
Mr Tomlinson has a poor track history in defending the needs of disabled people in the UK.
Campaigners also say the policy breaches the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Report's damning findings were snuck out by the DWP and HMRC more than a year after it was finished.
Questions mount over government minister's understanding of the benefits system they administrate.