Taxpayers footing the bill for DWP incompetency.
The heartless eviction of rough sleepers in Cardiff city centre was supervised by police officers.
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.
The real-terms value of Child Benefit value has fallen back its 1999 level.
"It is not for the DWP to interfere with the GP and their patient."
Poverty campaigners blame benefit cuts and changes for soaring child poverty rates.
Mental health experts demand an end to the cruel use of benefit sanctions on people with mental health problems.
Report calls for councils and NHS Trusts to take control of providing employment support for sick and disabled people.
Single mothers, ethnic minorities, and disabled people are among the hardest hit by tax and spending changes.
Rough sleepers are 17 times more likely to be the victims of violence than non-homeless people.
You may receive benefit payments earlier than expected over the Easter period.
GPs advised not to provide sick notes for sick and disabled people found 'fit for work' by the DWP.
MPs launch investigation into posssible link between Universal Credit and prostitution.
The assessors created false housing benefit claims over a period of six years.
Mr Jones says he has become "too weak to walk to foodbanks".
DWP urged to pause the continued roll-out of Universal Credit until problems with the new benefit system are fixed.
DWP urged to exempt anyone who is unable to work from the controversial cap to working-age benefits.
Report also warns that Universal Credit risks trapping domestic abuse victims in situations of poverty and violence.
Widespread concerns about benefits cuts and the impact of universal credit on mental health services.
Chancellor Philip Hammond urged to end the freeze to working-age benefits a year earlier than originally planned.
Urgent changes needed to prevent people with mental health problems from "falling out of the system entirely".
High Court rejected a claim of unlawful discrimination brought by the two disabled households.
SNP hail “historic moment” for social security in Scotland, but opposition parties criticise decison to delay taking over full control until 2024.