State Pension reforms risk exacerbating social inequalities, rather than alleviate them.
Work and Pensions Committee blasts "disrespectful Government responses that treat us like dirt".
MPs launch a follow-up inquiry into a “profound injustice” in bereavement benefits.
SNP call on the Tory government to scrap the “callous” benefit freeze.
Mr Tomlinson has a poor track history in defending the needs of disabled people in the UK.
Campaigners also say the policy breaches the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Accusation comes after Health Secretary claimed "there would be no privatisation of the NHS under my watch".
Report's damning findings were snuck out by the DWP and HMRC more than a year after it was finished.
Councils warn that vital services are suffering as a result of ongoing austerity.
Questions mount over government minister's understanding of the benefits system they administrate.
The real-terms value of Child Benefit value has fallen back its 1999 level.
James Cleverly MP says the vacant post is unlikely to be filled until the ongoing Brexit debacle is sorted.
"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.
NAO criticises the DWP's lack of knowledge in 'what works' when supporting disabled people into work.
Outsourcing giants like Atos and Capita could be banned from carrying out assessments for sickness and disability benefits.
'Punitive' Tory welfare system 'simply not working', says SNP.
Single mothers, ethnic minorities, and disabled people are among the hardest hit by tax and spending changes.
GPs advised not to provide sick notes for sick and disabled people found 'fit for work' by the DWP.
"The Tories risk failing in one of the first duties of any Government – keeping the lights on."
DWP ignoring the needs of vulnerable claimants at risk of domestic abuse, says SNP.
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.
Chancellor Philip Hammond urged to end the controversial freeze to working-age benefits in his spring statement.