Disabled people take complaints about UK Government’s disability rights record to the United Nations.
Improvements in health have been used to justify mandating employment for lone parents in receipt of social security benefits.
"What's the point?": David Metcalf is said to have felt 'frustrated and upset' after being found 'fit for work' by the DWP.
Council leaders call on the government to help local authorities build more 'genuinely affordable' homes.
Labour calls on the UK Government to halt the roll-out of its flagship Universal Credit system.
Cruel decision comes despite the fact that she often forgets to turn off the gas after cooking.
Theresa May's decision to bring forward changes to the state pension age may come back to haunt her.
Scottish Labour move to make access to sanitary products a basic human right.
Poor people face years of failing health and earlier death compared to the rich, despite government pledges to reduce inequality.
Charity’s research predicts 575,000 people in Britain will have no roof over their heads unless government takes urgent action.
Councils forced to exceed their budgets by £605 million in order to protect children at immediate risk of harm.
People born in the North of England are 20% more likely to die early than those born in the South.
MPs’ letter calls for extension of universal credit to be postponed until next year to avoid people suffering Christmas hardship.
Department for Work and Pensions unlawfully stopped people going to tribunal to challenge refusals, judges say.
Number of households sucked into the benefit cap has rocketed by 214%, DWP figures show.
IFS says increased UK state pension age is lifting earnings from employment but only partially offsetting reduced incomes from other benefits.
Heartless Department for Work and Pensions continues to treat sick and disabled people with utter contempt.
There are a number of ways that care can be funded.
Supreme court rules fees of up to £1,200 are ‘inconsistent with access to justice’ and government may have to pay back £27m.
City council under fire after legal notices pinned to rough sleepers’ bags left in shop doorways.