Comment about Esther McVey was made in anger but it is ‘better to be honest with people’, says shadow chancellor.
David suffered a life-threatening brain hemorrhage but was still ordered to prove he was unfit for work by the DWP.
Damian Green, the work and pensions secretary, hints at end to austerity agenda, promising no further raids on benefits.
Soaring property prices are making more neighbourhoods inaccessible to the under 50s, report reveals.
Motion backs calls for 'fit for work tests' to be scrapped and replaced by a fair and humane process for determining work capability.
Children's society says benefit sanctions are leaving thousands of care leavers hungry and in debt.
Report also says 'older people are paying the price for cuts to social care', with a rising number left without any support at all.
Work and pensions secretary says local housing allowance cap will be deferred after opposition from charities and Labour.
Despite cross-party criticism of mistakes made by the firm, Treasury says there is no need ‘to go into inquiries etc etc'.
US firm Concentrix heavily criticised by Frank Field will not be given further work by tax collector.
Report highlights the devastating impact of housing benefit cuts on the mental health of private sector tenants.
Charities warn the new service puts domestic abuse survivors at risk.
Report from 2,100 employers suggests cracks are starting to appear in areas including financial services, construction and utilities.
Anti-poverty charity said Britain’s richest 1% are 20 times wealthier than the poorest 13 million people.
Theresa May urged to boost funding or ration care to head off escalating cash crisis and avoid ‘1990s-style decline’.
David says he couldn't afford to manage his condition after being sanctioned for five months by the DWP.
London has seen a 51% hike in the use of bailiffs to chase down the debts from the capital’s poorest households.
Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley says UK Government is "weaponising welfare against those least able to defend themselves".
Resolution Foundation says PM Theresa May should allow the 'in-built flexibility' of the 'National Living Wage' to 'take its course'.
Unite says UK Government should follow the example set by New Zealand and outlaw zero hours contracts.