Nearly 3million over 65's admit to finding life a financial struggle, new research from Age UK reveals.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says taking £300 annual payment away from millions of pensioners would contribute to rise in winter deaths.
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has vowed to scrap winter fuel allowance for wealthier pensioners.
Council leaders say local authorities in England should be able to target the extra cash where it's needed most.
Social care in England faces a funding gap of at least £2.6 billion by 2020.
Housing white paper to incentivise building of sheltered accommodation to encourage older people to sell large houses.
The Labour leader has written to Theresa May, calling for "urgent talks" to address a deepening crisis in adult social care.
Why should the public be made to foot the bill for Tory incompetence?
Flagship scheme to keep elderly out of hospital missing targets and council tax rise ‘too small to alleviate cutbacks’.
People likely to be urged to put money aside to cover their own costs.
Government accused of having no strategy as figures show average pensioner’s income would not even cover six months of care.
Carers UK has set out its vision of a society that respects, values and supports carers.
Triple-lock protection too costly, says former pensions minister, as work and pensions department refuses to rule out review.
More than half of pensioners would have to make significant alterations to their lifestyles if not for the benefits system, according to new research.
Groups with low life expectancy should be able to 'get state pension early', say Age UK.
A leading charity says a lack in credible housing policy from Government to address the care needs of older and disabled people represents a 'national health issue'. Research published by Carers UK reveals how poor housing and care policy is...
Age UK and Carers UK call for fresh approach to support those juggling work and unpaid care.
New research highlights fundamental problems concerning how different social care services will be affected in the future.
Pensioners aged 75 and over are on average £59 a week worse off than younger pensioners, according to a worrying new report.
Gordon Fraser, 73, has to crawl up the stairs in his home because Dundee City Council says fitting a stairlift would be a health and safety hazard.
Local Government Association organising summit on funding crisis in care for elderly and disabled people.
Pensioners and others who qualify for help to meet higher winter fuel bills are not being paid until end of February or March.
Responsibility for attendance allowance could be transferred to local authorities, but critics say it is disguised cost-cutting.
As many as 22,000 care home residents have seen care costs increase by an average £900 in the last year, says Citizens Advice.