Shelter Scotland says welfare changes 'directly threaten tenancies and risk pushing more people into homelessness'.
Charity warns accelerated Universal Credit roll-out will leave single parents and their families in severe financial debt.
North Staffs Green Party condemns 'hugely damaging' disability benefit assessments.
Tory grassroots leadership favourite says rise is due to previous Labour government not telling people charities existed.
Research warns that Personal Independence Payment assessments worsen people's health worse due to stress and anxiety.
StepChange charity says the practice is making it more difficult for families to pay for essentials and is forcing many to borrow money to pay bills.
Tory plans to accelerate the roll-out of Universal Credit are likely to push more low-income households into debt and leave them at greater risk of homelessness.
SNP join charities and anti-poverty campaigners in calling on the UK Government to end the benefit freeze and scrap the two-child cap on tax credit.
Nearly 3million over 65's admit to finding life a financial struggle, new research from Age UK reveals.
New figures reveal the devastating impact of savage disability benefit changes on people living with Multiple Sclerosis.
Rising inflation is exacerbating benefits cuts, says Child Poverty Action Group, making it harder for parents to make ends meet.
Trussell Trust, Britain’s biggest food bank network, says supplies dwindling this summer as welfare sanctions bite.
Charities call on the government to provide more support for unpaid carers, including regular respite breaks from caring.
Charity’s research predicts 575,000 people in Britain will have no roof over their heads unless government takes urgent action.
Number of households sucked into the benefit cap has rocketed by 214%, DWP figures show.
Under-fours made up 27% of the children receiving emergency food supplies last July and August, Trussell Trust research shows.
Charities demand action to tackle toll of soaring housing costs, welfare cuts and ‘no fault’ evictions.
Robert Davies used the money to fund his own lavish lifestyle, including private jets and expensive foreign trips.
Charity calls for a more 'level playing field' for all disabled children.
Unpaid carers in the UK are reaching "breaking point", charity warns.
Citizens Advice produces fresh evidence that new benefit is causing debt and financial insecurity among recipients.
Report reveals that 8,108 people were seen rough sleeping in London over the last year.