Welfare

Pause benefit deductions to ease cost of living crisis, say MPs

DWP also urged to "urgently review and uprate the benefit cap".

Private Sector Benefit Assessors ‘Laying Traps’ To ‘Catch Out’ Disabled Claimants

Examples include leaving elevators out of service on purpose and removing cups from alongside water coolers.

‘Poorest Will Need To Spend Two Thirds Of Their Income On Energy Bills Next Year’

Energy bills will be virtually impossible for the poorest to pay next year without considerable support, think tank warns.

‘Flawed’ Universal Credit rules mean thousands miss out on cost of living payments

Thousands of households on Universal Credit are being "unfairly excluded from this much-needed payment". says SNP MP.

Two-child benefit limit causing ‘serious and significant harm’

The controversial two-child limit benefit policy is affecting over 1.3 million vulnerable children, official DWP figures show.

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