Despite being diagnosed with terminal cancer, Claire was found 'fit for work' by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Comments come after the government revealed it will rewrite the law to deny higher benefit payments for more than 150,000 disabled people.
Outrage after Tories rewrite the law to deny higher disability payments for more than 150,000 disabled people.
The assailants have been sentenced to life imprisonment by Leicester Crown Court.
Children who 'move into poverty' more likely to develop social, emotional, behavioural and mental health problems.
James Harrison died just ten months later.
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.
Historical research shows the NHS and welfare state are fundamental to a healthy, productive economy.
The idea of increasing welfare conditionality originated from the behavioural economics theories of the 'Nudge Unit' in the first place.
A US outsourcing company has been accused of exercising a “reign of terror” over people who claim tax credits.
175 civil society organisations have raised grave concerns over welfare “reforms” and living standards in the UK.
David suffered a life-threatening brain hemorrhage but was still ordered to prove he was unfit for work by the DWP.
David says he couldn't afford to manage his condition after being sanctioned for five months by the DWP.
Resolution Foundation says PM Theresa May should allow the 'in-built flexibility' of the 'National Living Wage' to 'take its course'.
Why sick and disabled people who are unable to work should be guaranteed an income equal to the living wage.
Tories continue to believe the poor are to blame for "broken Britain", rather than their own disastrous decision-making.
"It’s a scandal that people living in the sixth largest economy in the world are going hungry", says Trussell Trust Chairman Chris Mould.
Mobile app could be used to track benefit claimants spending habits, as opponents express data privacy concerns.