Even Santa needs a little help from time to time.
Politicians are putting their own self interests and those of their party before the needs of the people they are elected to serve.
Few people fully realise the apocalyptic impact universal credit may have on millions of low-income households.
Sue Jones writes that social security has been transformed from a system that once aided people in need, to one that punishes them for needing support.
How is it undemocratic to say UK voters should get the final say on EU membership, once we know the details of the final deal?
Are the poor and disabled any less deserving of our support than public service workers?
History teaches us that the Conservatives are the party of pain and misery.
Neoliberal politics opened the door for the future destruction of the welfare state when aided by an unelected banker with too much political power, writes Mo Stewart.
For the modern Conservative Party, there's nothing "difficult" about cutting financial support for those lease able to defend themselves.
Limiting child tax credits to two children could lead to a rise in abortions.
Rising numbers of deaths all linked to the ongoing welfare reforms remain unreported.
The poor and vulnerable have been unfairly demonised by a political and media elite who know nothing about life on the breadline.
Why should the public be made to foot the bill for Tory incompetence?
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.
Don't fall for the government's divide and rule tactics.
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.
Film-maker says it would be pointless to show his Palme d’Or-winner I, Daniel Blake to Conservative government.
Child Tax Credit cap is purposefully aimed at reducing family size among the poor, writes Sue Jones.
Politicians who harass and bully disabled people though welfare cuts are in no position to complain about publishing their tax returns.
Letters: Disabled people need the Labour Party to unite and work harder to hold the government to account, a concerned citizen writes.
Imposing sanctions on people who already have very limited resources is not only irrational, it is absurdly and spectacularly cruel.
DWP figures show a huge rise in the number of sick and disabled people hit by controversial benefit sanctions.