The sister of a diabetic ex-soldier, who "died starving and penniless" after his benefits were stopped, has launched an e-petition demanding an inquiry into her brothers death.
A least 2,000 Scots with direct experience of receiving benefits will be asked to help design 'Scotland's first ever social security system'.
Mandy's life is about to be turned upside down when her mobility car is taken away because of callous Tory cuts.
Tories continue to believe the poor are to blame for "broken Britain", rather than their own disastrous decision-making.
Research reveals impact of cuts on public sector staff, including teaching assistants, community and childcare workers.
The manifesto pledge aims to give a 'fair warning' to job seekers who risk forfeiting their benefits
People should be able to get on the property ladder without it depleting our social housing stock. We must ensure everybody has a decent place to live.
More than 670,000 households in UK face increase in council tax from Tuesday, a survey of local authorities reveals.
Work and Pensions Secretary to unveil Tory plans to push 2 million sickness benefit claimants back into work.
Don't fall for the government's divide and rule tactics.
Shadow work and pensions secretary Owen Smith planning to table amendment to give Tory MPs last chance to reverse cuts.
Chancellor declines to rule out proposal to save £4.8bn by wrapping child benefit into universal credit.
The NHS could take over controversial Work Capability Assessments when disgraced private firm Atos stop performing the hated tests next year, a Liberal Democrat MP has suggested. MP David Laws admitted that Atos 'fit-for-work' tests...
Thousands of disabled people in Scotland are to benefit from a new Independent Living Fund (ILF), Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
The net value of Universal Credit is now estimated to be £14.5 billion - £1.7 billion lower than three years ago.
A failure to make an initial claim may see them lose £5,000.
Carers UK warns of "serious repercussions" for carers if the budget and responsibility for Attendance Allowance is devolved to local authorities.
Britain's welfare spending is actually about average, while claims that it is wasteful should be seriously challenged.
People with mental health conditions are being denied the opportunity to complete an application form for ESA, it has been revealed.