Rise in the cost of living set to easily outstrip 'meagre' increases in child benefit, a new report reveals.
Watchdog says tax officials increased commission paid to outsourcing firm Concentrix despite evidence of failure.
DWP accused of "peddling lies and deliberately misleading the public" about the impact of cuts to housing benefit for young people.
Funding to shrink by 75% from March when work programme is replaced by much smaller work and health programme.
Improvements include the option to have payments made direct to landlords and the option of twice monthly payments.
Insolvencies among care home operators are at a record high and likely to continue without government action.
The UK Government has revealed some of the worst excuses given by employers for underpaying staff the National Minimum Wage.
Health secretary tells MPs only people with urgent health problems should be expected to be seen within that period.
TUC says weak wage growth and higher inflation could leave even more families struggling with debt.
This is the social economic group the Government pledged to help in the recent Autumn Statement.
Scottish Social Security Minister says plans to limit child tax credit to two children "will further punish families that are already struggling".
Select committee chairs send frank letter to prime minister as fears grow that Brexit could overshadow ‘immense challenge’.
UK Government urged to clarify whether a mobility car scheme will be extended to more disabled people on disability benefits.
Mhairi Black has vowed to be “a thorn in the side” of the UK Government over the “horrific and unfair” benefit sanctions regime.
Morale among NHS staff has hit "rock bottom", with less than 1 in 4 saying they would recommend it as a great place to work.
Letters: The DWP's cruel benefit sanctions regime is leaving vulnerable people without the means to support themselves. So why isn't anyone listening?
Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard says government’s pledge to guarantee access to family doctors at weekends is unrealistic.
James Harrison died just ten months later.
Former Labour health secretary says redistribution of the new homes bonus means less money for some local authorities.
LibDem leader Tim Farron said the exorbitant cost of PIP assessments "adds to the suspicion that these companies are just driven by a profit motive".