United Nations delivers its most damning indictment of Tory benefit cuts to date - a must read.
Work and Pensions Committee to look at the effectiveness of the welfare system in protecting vulnerable people from hardship.
Work and Pensions chief resigns from the Cabinet over Brexit 'deal' that "threatens the integrity of the United Kingdom".
Council failed in its duty of care to provide support for a heavily pregnant woman who became homeless following a family breakdown.
Arthritis Action unveils new resource to help patients manage condition themselves.
Video: Cuts to legal aid mean disabled people cannot access legal advice when challenging benefit decisions, says Labour MP.
Scottish Tories urged to support calls for the roll-out of Universal Credit in Scotland to be halted over poverty concerns.
UN Special Rapporteur visits the UK to investigate the Government's efforts on human rights and the impact of austerity.
Capita awarded an extension to a 24-year-old contract to continue running council tax collection and benefit payments in London.
She says an "unlawful" Universal Credit benefit sanction means she can no longer afford the rent.
At least 1 in 10 private rented properties are advertised in a way that could be breach of equality laws, say housing experts.
Benefit payments should better reflect the growing cost of living, admit senior Tory MPs.
Council was forced to apologise to the family and pay £2,000 for the distress caused.
Work and Pensions chief brazenly told MPs that changes to Universal Credit "had received praise from across the charity sector".
Charity calls for further improvements to the Government's flagship Universal Credit scheme.
"It does not work. Worse, it is harmful and counterproductive", new report says.
Work and Pensions Secretary unveils a new package of support for people being moved to Universal Credit.
Department hasn't carried out any 'robust analysis' into the impact or effectiveness of benefit sanctions on Universal Credit claimants.
Frank Field warns that unless new plans include adequate protections "MPs will be left with no option but to vote them down".
Chancellor hiding behind 'soundbites' while continuing the Tories' brutal austerity agenda, says SNP MP.
He turned to alcohol following the tragic death of his 15-month old daughter.
Charity boss claims she's been told to stay silent or risk missing out on crucial funding.
The number of people recorded as sleeping rough in London has increased by a shocking 17% over the last year.