Major study finds the majority of people on sickness benefits are struggling to make ends meet, thanks to Tory cuts.
The Scottish Welfare Reform Committee has heard evidence of Jobcentre staff bullying benefit claimants, often reducing them to tears.
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Official universal credit capability for work questionnaire.
There is a reason why the government refuse to publish the updated benefit-related death totals of Employment and Support Allowance claimants, writes Mo Stewart.
The Government is conducting 'social experiments' on sick and disabled people, to find ways of pushing them into employment.
A total of 4,000 cases of disability hate crime have been brought by the CPS since the offense was first introduced in 2007.
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Sanctioned JSA claimants with mental health illnesses are not considered 'vulnerable' enough by the DWP for immediate support.
Union leaders have been urged to "help stop the barbaric cuts to social security benefits for Disabled People and their families".
DWP Minister, Priti Patel, refused to examine the impact of controversial benefit sanctions on people with mental health conditions.
DWP figures show a huge rise in the number of sick and disabled people hit by controversial benefit sanctions.
New survey reveals how parents of disabled children face enormous challenges in balancing work and caring responsibilities.
Up to two hundred disabled people a week are losing their right to a motability vehicle, due to draconian welfare changes.
Upper Tribunal decision means that mentally ill people who need to be accompanied outdoors could be denied Personal Independence Payment.
A Former Health Minister has criticised the Government for ignoring repeated demands for an inquiry into how benefit cuts are affecting mentally ill claimants.
Two disabled people have lodged a complaint with the United Nations over the Government's plan to close the Independent Living Fund.
A UN committee has announced an investigation into the impact of Tory austerity measures on vulnerable groups.
80% target for upholding original PIP and ESA decisions at the first stage of appeal will be dropped.
Severe delays in assessing disabled people for the disability benefit Personal Independence Payment (PIP) are 'unlawful', the High Court has ruled.
Cruel decision comes despite the fact that she often forgets to turn off the gas after cooking.
Disabled people have been singled out by the three main Westminster parties for savage welfare cuts, says the SNP.