Labour leader rejects policy set out in party manifesto for 2015 election and says all UK taxpayers should have access to benefits.
DCLG figures reveal 45% rise in households with children living in emergency bed and breakfast accommodation.
Carers UK warns of "serious repercussions" for carers if the budget and responsibility for Attendance Allowance is devolved to local authorities.
Claimants regularly run out of money and have to dip into savings or borrow, and only one in nine have escaped policy by moving home.
A survey shows that 89% of Universal Credit claimants have fallen behind on rent repayments since the new benefit was introduced.
SNP MP Alison Thewliss was shocked to hear about the ridiculous situation faced by a man from her Glasgow constituency.
Shadow work and pensions secretary says differences between tax credits and new welfare system are discriminatory and leave families worse off.
Cuts would 'increase the burden on people who are already coping with serious illness or disability', says Jeremy Lefroy MP.
Hackers claim to have traced at least three ISIS-supported social media accounts back to DWP offices.
Unite warned that a fall in unemployment masked a continued rise in low-paid and insecure jobs, adding foodbanks were 'bracing themselves for their heaviest demand ever'.
More than four in ten homeless young people could be affected by Government cuts to housing support, according to a new report.
EU commissioner proposes block on claims for first six months, far cry from prime minister’s hopes for four-year exclusion.
Scheme to develop role of care practitioners and address shortages is scrapped along with projects designed to boost opportunities for women.
Future provision of social security in Scotland should be about preserving the dignity and respect of benefit claimants, say MSPs.