Between December 2012 and February 2014, a total of 4,060 audio-recorded face-to-face Work Capability Assessments (WCA) were requested.
Employment Minister has snubbed invites from the Scottish welfare reform committee on three occasions.
56% of teachers surveyed by Kelloggs said benefit cuts are forcing parents to send their kids to school hungry.
MPs hear that the sanctions regime has changed to create a punitive culture of fear – especially amongst the disabled
Social housing tenants living in Wales have been disproportionately affected by the Government's hated 'bedroom tax', new research reveals.
On the 7 January, the Work and Pensions Committee took their first evidence session on the controversial use of benefit sanctions.
Benefit claimant 'stitching-up' needs to recognized as a criminally indictable offense, writes Samuel Miller.
Extra cash to help Citizens Advice Scotland assist poverty-stricken Scots affected by Westminster welfare reforms.
Bungling Atos ordered a disabled man to attend a disability benefit assessment - two months after he had DIED.
New research on the impact of welfare reform on Scottish households has been commissioned by a Scottish Parliament committee.
UK government asked to publish review into case of Tim Salter, one of 60 investigations into suicides linked to benefit changes
George Osborne is sitting on a £30 BILLION National Insurance surplus while struggling families turn to food banks to feed their children
During five years of austerity, Britain has not experienced the wave of protest seen in other countries. That could change – this is a pivotal year in the race to reshape the nature of the state.
Housing associations warn Conservative policy would also prevent them from building new homes as funding dries up