"They must listen to all of the evidence of hardship and damage they are causing and urgently reassess their approach to welfare."
SNP Conference passes motion condemning changes to pension credit.
Trussell Trust blamed the government's controversial Universal Credit regime.
Peers argue that many pensioners don't need free TV licences or bus passes because they are no longer living in poverty.
Around 11 million UK adults will eventually find themselves in receipt of Universal Credit payments.
Vital homelessness services in England are facing a £1billion a year funding gap due to Government cuts.
Universal Credit has been blamed for pushing vulnerable people to food banks and others to suicide.
MSPs call for 'fundamental reforms' to Universal Credit to reduce in-work poverty.
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.
Court of Appeal recognised that children in families with more than two children were prejudicially affected by the policy.
New film challenges people to take control of their health and wellbeing.
Austerity is "tearing the heart out of our communities", says Jeremy Corbyn.
One in seven low-income families in London say they can't afford to pay their bills.
State Pension reforms risk exacerbating social inequalities, rather than alleviate them.
"Some students have mentioned that they have not had any food for two days."
Local authorities across England are facing SEND funding shortfalls of a staggering 93%.
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".
The woman had previously been sleeping rough in an airport.
Council did not deal properly with disrepair issues at two properties where it placed a homeless family.
MPs launch a follow-up inquiry into a “profound injustice” in bereavement benefits.