Opponents warn limiting Child Tax Credit to two children could leave larger families unable to meet their children's basic needs.
The introduction of a new 'NHS Funding Rule' in England would help increase funding by £7 billion over the next five years, think-tank claims says.
DWP proposals would mean 8 of the 16 Job Centre offices across Glasgow will face closure.
MPs are being urged to donate to the ‘Hope not Hunger’ pop-up food bank when it arrives at Parliament on Wednesday.
In-work poverty has reached a record high, with 55% of all those in poverty living in working households.
David Brown, 18, took his own life after Jobcentre staff threatened to sanction his Jobseeker's Allowance, a coroner's inquest heard.
Some people’s work is undoubtedly a source of wellbeing, but that is not the same thing as being “good for health”.
The government have introduced in-work benefit sanctions for low paid and part-time workers.
Research suggests the health of the nation has been detrimentally affected by neoliberal economic and social policies.
Theresa May’s spokesman says sanctioning obese people who refuse help is not under consideration after report dismissed idea.
Research by TrustedCare.co.uk reveals huge rise in costs yet number of services rated as good or outstanding has fallen.
Historical research shows the NHS and welfare state are fundamental to a healthy, productive economy.
Experts are calling on employers to help create a more inclusive world for those living with a disability.
SNP accuse Tories and Labour of failing to back reform Bill.
SNP MP Mhairi Black has urged MPs from all parties to back her Bill calling for a "fairer" benefit sanctions system.
Charity marks 50th anniversary by revealing homelessness hotspots including Birmingham, Bristol, Luton and Slough.
The most deprived areas of Scotland are expected to be hit hardest by welfare changes announced since 2015.
Calls to PayPlan's debt advice line drop before Christmas but then rocket by 37% in the new year.
Concentrix and HMRC castigated by Commons committee after fraud reduction strategy saw thousands wrongly stripped of benefits.
Credit union reports a rise in the number of families taking out loans secured on social security benefits.