Tories claim there isn't enough time in the parliamentary calendar for a change in legislation.
Groundbreaking Demos study reveals ‘culture of disbelief’ about disability among jobcentre staff leads to money being docked.
Failures by private companies risk undermining the entire benefit assessment system, an influential group of MPs has warned.
DWP twitter account warned couples not to "ruin Valentine's Day by failing to declare your true circumstances".
A former Tory minister described the amount as "staggering", adding it "clearly indicates that something is seriously wrong with the system".
Committee outlines assessment failings, including woman asked why she had not killed herself.
Labour MP Jack Dromey claimed women are "suffering and losing out due to the acceleration of the state pension age and lack of proper notice".
Findings flag up ‘considerable uncertainty about its costs and benefits’ seven years on.
New Work and Pensions Secretary once boasted that 300,000 disabled people would lose their benefits when reassessed for Personal Independence Payments.
Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, Debbie Abrahams MP, said the freeze "has had an extremely detrimental impact upon millions of people on low incomes".
DWP accused of "rewarding failure" after auditors brand some PIP assessments "unacceptable" and number of appeal victories hit new high.
Lawyers for terminally ill man who say new system costs him almost £200 a month win right to judicial review.
Garreth Forrest saw his benefit payments slashed by more than £500 a month.
Labour MP Frank Field says the UK Government is creating "state-sponsored destitution", as new figures show a "gaping hole" in the welfare safety net.
Estimated 220,000 claimants will get backdated higher personal independence payments.
Welfare scheme a ‘significant risk’ to public spending, warns Office for Budget Responsibility.
Tory disability benefit changes are causing "great distress" to thousands of sick and disabled people, says Labour MP.
Government decides not to appeal High Court judgement that changes to disability benefits discriminate against people with mental health problems.
Major study finds the majority of people on sickness benefits are struggling to make ends meet, thanks to Tory cuts.
Freedom of information request reveals 87% of benefit fraud allegations by members of the members are unsubstantiated.
Researchers uncover continued uncertainty around Universal Credit, with some people believing the new benefits system is a UK mobile data plan.
Scheme designed to help carers of disabled people build better state pension pots has failed to reach 97% of its target group.