Stephen Crabb scraps cuts that prompted departure of Iain Duncan Smith, and sparks uncertainty over further pledges.
Children’s commissioner calls for local authorities to help more young people who care for sick, disabled or addicted relatives.
Comment about Esther McVey was made in anger but it is ‘better to be honest with people’, says shadow chancellor.
Research links additional 590 suicides and 725,000 antidepressant prescriptions over three years to impact of work capability assessment.
Labour says the new Work and Pensions Secretary, Stephen Crabb MP , should reverse damaging cuts to Universal Credit and disability benefits.
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".
Tens of thousands of people have signed a petition calling on the UK government to reverse cuts to Employment and Support Allowance.
Up to 85% of disabled people say their condition impacts on their chances of finding a job, according to new research.
UN says measures aimed at reducing public spending since 2010 have affected disabled people disproportionately.
Sanctioned JSA claimants with mental health illnesses are not considered 'vulnerable' enough by the DWP for immediate support.
Report calls for new charter of rights for people with learning disabilities after Winterbourne View scandal
Official figures reveal a sharp decline in the number of disabled people supported into work through the Work Choice programme.
The report will be submitted to the United Nations expert bodies that monitor implementation with the relevant human rights treaties.
Disabled people face being "excluded from our society" resulting in thousands being excluded from work, further education and general participation in society.
New study finds that disabled people living in deprived areas are more likely to lose their benefits under the government’s controversial assessments system.
Funding to shrink by 75% from March when work programme is replaced by much smaller work and health programme.
The government is intent on destroying the welfare state and has 'written off' people with disabilities, says BBC Question Time audience member.
Stuart Chester cannot speak, read, wash or even feed himself. But this hasn't stopped the DWP from ordering him to prove he is unable to work.