Disabled man's benefits stopped after he missed a Jobcentre meeting because of crippling seizures.
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
Work and Pensions Committee to re-launch benefit cap inquiry after it was stalled due the last general election.
Nearly half of Government spending on pension tax relief is handed out to the richest 10% of eligible savers.
Trussell Trust reports a surge in demand for emergency food as parents struggle to feed children during the Summer break.
DWP figures show the majority of those affected by the benefit cap are single parent households.
Around 70,000 people have taken out emergency loans whilst waiting for a Universal Credit payment, an FOI request reveals.
Experts fear child poverty rates will continue to rise as low-income households are hit by over £14bn in benefit cuts.
UN to investigate interconnections between poverty and the realisation of human rights in the UK.
Most homelessness families in temporary accommodation include at least one adult in work.
MPs criticise a "culture of indifference" at the Department for Work and Pensions.
DWP accused of hiding the true number of benefit sanctions behind misleading official statistics.
Report calls for better support for the UK's growing army of unpaid family carers.
An in-depth analysis of the controversial Work Capability Assessment and how it's used to limit access to social security benefits.
Government urged to slow down the roll-out of Universal Credit and fix outstanding problems.
Pearl Kelly has been denied Personal Independent Payment, despite mobility issues and being riddled with tumours .
MPs will also debate whether to 'sanction' Esther McVey for misleading parliament about the contents of an NAO report.
Housing federations join forces to warn that the Universal Credit system is “flawed” and causing debt, suffering and hardship.
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.
Thousands of the UK's most vulnerable and poorest citizens are being denied the financial support the law says they are entitled to
Esther McVey falsely claimed the National Audit Office had said the roll-out of Universal Credit should be accelerated.