GP suggests tougher assessments for ESA could be driving a rise in the number of people with mental health issues.
Croydon council failed to take into account a man’s life-threatening health conditions, says Ombudsman.
Labour say "it’s clear Ministers are still not building the homes the country needs".
Report reveals current system is increasing women's vulnerability to financial abuse.
20 metre PIP rule is preventing people with MS from accessing the support they need, says MS Society.
Damning NAO report exposed numerous failings and confirmed the flagship welfare reform causes poverty and hardship.
Employers to be encouraged to ask potential employees sensitive questions about their socio-economic background.
365,000 disabled people "trapped" in unsuitable homes and unable to find accessible housing.
Mental health affects us all, regardless of gender. The Dad Network want to encourage all men to find the path to a healthier, happier version of themselves so ultimately, they can be the best fathers possible. The Dad Network has decided to bare all to raise awareness and tackle the issues of men’s mental health, especially amongst fathers. The #FatherFigures campaign aims to both increase knowledge and awareness of Mental health in dads (or fathers/men) and highlight the link between our mental well-being and body perceptions. #FatherFigures encourages dads to celebrate their bodies, whilst breaking down societal stereotypes of what a ‘normal' body should look like. The campaign aims to promote positive body confidence amongst fathers and encourage men to open up about their mental health and provide much-needed support. Key Stats: 1 in 4 men are affected by mental health problems or illness....
Real wage growth remains unchanged at just 0.4%, according to the latest ONS figures.
Some councils in England ‘cannot go on’ without long-term funding to underpin care.
Resolution calls on the UK Government to double paternity leave rights for fathers from 2 to 4 weeks.
Jeane Freeman: "Let's build a new public service for Scotland".
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.
Damning report reveals how faith groups were left to fill the gap left by a lack of official support.
Free sanitary products for women on low incomes to be rolled out across Scotland.
"This is great news for the thousands of families who struggle to meet the costs of school clothing", say child poverty campaigners.
Universal Credit single household payment "plays into the hands of a controlling, abusive partner", Work and Pensions Committee told.
Call for UK Government to double paternity leave from two to four weeks.
Disability pay gap has increased to its highest level since 2013, TUC report shows.
Reviews to find if deaths in England and Wales could be prevented ‘are not being used’.
A growing shift to online only benefit applications means some older people are at risk of missing out on vital financial support.
Unite will be holding a 'National Day of Action against Universal Credit' on Thursday 24 May.