DWP to payout more than £700 million to two private contractors, at a time when more than half of PIP appeals are successful.
51,000 disabled people have had their mobility vehicles removed after being reassessed for Personal Independence Payment.
MPs and charities say rising number of retesting claimants with incurable diseases such as Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis makes little sense.
'Hidden' disability cuts have been sneaked through without proper scrutiny or public consultation.
Lyndsey Turnbull was left with just £24 a week to live on.
EHRC report says benefit cuts are 'significantly affecting the already low living standards of disabled people'.
SNP condemn £30 a week cut in vital benefits for sick and disabled people, which comes into force on Saturday.
Independent report find lack of public trust in the 'fairness and consistency' of Personal Independence Payment assessments.
Admission adds weight to allegations that cuts have left the welfare system unfit for purpose.
Council leaders say local authorities in England should be able to target the extra cash where it's needed most.
Fears US states may be tempted to drop home-based services for the disabled.
It’s easier to accept the limitless Tory lies rather than face reality, says Mo Stewart.
Charity chiefs say people with mental health conditions face missing out on £3.7 billion in Personal Independence Payments by 2022.
Questions remain regarding existing claimants who appeal against a negative decision after the cut-off date.
DWP instructs assessors not to regard physical impairments caused by mental illness in the same way as physical disabilities.
Work Capability Assessments "are fundamentally discriminatory to people with mental health conditions", report says.
Employers have a legal obligation to support disabled employees under the Equality Act 2010.
Tories press ahead with cuts to sickness and disability benefits, despite warnings more disabled people will be pushed into poverty.
SNP call on UK Government not to remove vital financial support from 160,000 disabled people.
Chancellor urged to take action in Spring Budget, or risk three in four providers running into deficit.
As many as 80% of denied personal independence payment claims are overturned on appeal because of failures in system, say campaigners.
Labour leader accuses government of ‘sneaking out’ news that it was overturning tribunal rulings on personal independence payments.