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Major study finds the majority of people on sickness benefits are struggling to make ends meet, thanks to Tory cuts.
Theresa May confronted by SNP MP on plight of sanctioned Glasgow woman pushed to the brink of homelessness.
Freedom of information request reveals 87% of benefit fraud allegations by members of the members are unsubstantiated.
‘Lockdown’ is a model that can make £56,000 a year from public funds. But the scandal goes on.
Researchers uncover continued uncertainty around Universal Credit, with some people believing the new benefits system is a UK mobile data plan.
McVey notoriously aided Iain Duncan Smith in enforcing a raft of draconian welfare changes and boasted about cutting benefits for disabled people.
SNP MP Drew Hendry says the UK government is failing terminally ill people who make a claim for universal credit.
Study finds many people are not claiming support they are entitled to and warns some are put off by the benefits system.
Labour says its findings offer more evidence that the government should pause rollout of new benefit system.
The Children's Society has called on the Government to "provide free school meals for all children on universal credit".
Response "is a terrible missed opportunity" to immediately improve the Personal Independence Payment assessment process, says Frank Field MP.
Figures also show DWP ministers spent £35million defending cruel decisions to deny sick and disabled people vital benefits.
The disabled 60-year-old feared she may lose her home after the DWP slashed her ESA benefit.
80% target for upholding original PIP and ESA decisions at the first stage of appeal will be dropped.
SNP MP says the UK Government's controversial work capability assessment system is 'not fit for purpose' and should be reviewed.
Thousands of disability benefit assessments deemed ‘unacceptable’ by the Government’s own quality audits
New government figures reveal private contractors Atos and Capita are failing to meet required performance targets.
Single mum with Bipolar Disorder says she's constantly "living in fear" of the next DWP letter posted through her letterbox - and she isn't alone.
DWP forced to hand internal assessment reports to the work and pensions committee, but MPs say the public should also be allowed access.
Almost 400,000 more UK children and 300,000 more pensioners plunged into poverty in past four years, new study finds.
Tories accused of using royal engagement to bury bad news as welfare freeze remains for another 12 months from April.
More than 3,000 people have written to work and pensions committee in despair at system, many saying they have been driven to suicidal thoughts.
SNP to present a 'Ten Minute Rule Bill' at Westminster, aimed at improving the options available for Universal Credit claimants.