Sanctioned JSA claimants with mental health illnesses are not considered 'vulnerable' enough by the DWP for immediate support.
Upper Tribunal decision means that mentally ill people who need to be accompanied outdoors could be denied Personal Independence Payment.
Vulnerable benefit claimant suffered severe mental health problems and weight loss, whilst battling to navigate a 'barbaric' benefits system.
Video: Ex DWP officer says claimants were encouraged to change answers "in a way that would drop themselves in it".
A new vehicle check service allows visitors to find out whether their neighbours are receiving the higher rate of the mobility component of DLA or either rate of the mobility component of PIP.
The DWP has been forced to apologise, after wrongfully selecting a terminally ill benefit claimant to be reassessed for sickness benefit.
A seriously sick and disabled woman has been told her £220 a month in vital disability benefits will be cut.
Francesca Martinez has launched a petition calling for a full impact assessment into cuts to support for disabled people.
Lyn had her disability benefits axed for missing an appointment, after collapsing at home following life-saving open-heart surgery.
Disability campaigners have welcomed reports that the new Work and Pensions Secretary is considering sacking under-performing disability assessment contractors.
Funding to shrink by 75% from March when work programme is replaced by much smaller work and health programme.
Disabled people could lose more than any other social group if the UK votes to leave the European Union, a Labour MEP has warned.
Councils policy of including disability benefits when calculating housing support for Bedroom Tax victims is illegal, rules the High Court.
The Scottish Welfare Reform Committee has heard evidence of Jobcentre staff bullying benefit claimants, often reducing them to tears.
Disabled Multiple Sclerosis sufferer told he must hand over the car he needs to get to work.
Frank Field writes to work and pensions secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, over claims of ‘intrusive and painful questioning’ by assessors.
Tory MP says group of backbenchers plans to press for widely-condemned budget changes to personal independence payments to be softened.
Theresa May's voting record will undoubtedly leave many people worried about what the future may hold.
Reforms to Personal Independent Payment will hit more than 600,000 disabled people who are unable to manage toilet needs or dress unaided.