Funding to shrink by 75% from March when work programme is replaced by much smaller work and health programme.
James Harrison died just ten months later.
LibDem leader Tim Farron said the exorbitant cost of PIP assessments "adds to the suspicion that these companies are just driven by a profit motive".
Labour’s John Healey says figures undermine government’s claim to protect society’s most vulnerable.
The Labour leader has written to Theresa May, calling for "urgent talks" to address a deepening crisis in adult social care.
Years of cuts to welfare benefits and Tory plans to scrap the Human Rights Act threaten "Britain’s position as a global leader in human rights".
The government have introduced in-work benefit sanctions for low paid and part-time workers.
‘Gap in data feed’ led to thousands of families missing up to £20,000 – but payments will only be backdated to April.
No MPs voted against motion to stop cuts to employment support allowance, with 127 in favour, but it is symbolic only.
Disability Rights UK says a £30 a week cut to ESA will make it more difficult for disabled people to find or stay in employment.
SNP issue urgent plea to Chancellor Philip Hammond to delay a £30-a-week cut to Employment Support Allowance.
UN says measures aimed at reducing public spending since 2010 have affected disabled people disproportionately.
Labour are urging the government to scrap planned cuts to Employment Support Allowance (ESA).
Pressure grows for Commons to debate planned £29-a-week cuts to employment and support allowance for new claimants.
New 'Work and Health Programme' will help 45,000 fewer disabled people each year than the schemes it's replacing, report shows.
Tribunal ruled a two-year restriction on accessing disability benefits unlawfully discriminated against disabled refugees and their families.
Liz Carr compared the government's treatment of disabled people to Nazi oppression at the Labour Party Conference 2016.