A Judge has ordered the Department of Work and Pensions to release internal review documents related to its flagship welfare reform, Universal Credit.
George Osborne's unexpected U-turn on tax credit cuts is dominating Thurday's front pages.
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Funding cuts are putting mental health services under 'huge pressure', with less than 20% of users saying they receive adequate support in a crisis.
CIPR has written to members who work at DWP to find out if they had any part in producing document which featured two non-existent benefits claimants - Guardian.
Iain Duncan Smith has hinted that the future of Britain's welfare system could rest in the arms of private insurance schemes.
Protesters are urging the Welsh Government to mitigate the effects of 'bedroom tax'.
A TORY MP has defied government ministers by admitting that benefit sanctions push vulnerable people into the arms of food banks.
Lowering the benefit cap and cuts to housing benefit and tax credits, appear to be the main focus for £12bn in welfare reductions.
Unemployment is being "rebranded" by the government as a psychological disorder, according to new report.
More than 100,000 people have signed a petition calling on David Cameron to introduce a new law to force supermarkets to donate waste food to charity.
The new Tory Minister for Disabled people, Justin Tomlinson MP, voted against protecting benefits for disabled children and cancer patients.
One million more social housing tenants could be hit by the hated 'bedroom tax', as the Tories begin to spell out where their £12bn welfare axe will fall.
Iain Duncan Smith has been accused of being too scared to defend his welfare policies, after failing to turn up to a hustings event in his own constituency.
Delusional David Cameron has insisted that the Tory-led coalition "protected the poorest" in society.
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Food Banks Users Are ‘Those With Drug, Alcohol And Mental Health Problems’, Says Tory Councillor (External Link)
A Tory councillor has provoked a Twitter backlash after claiming that food banks are only visited by “those with drug, alcohol and mental health problems”.
Tax cuts will be no more than an illusion for up to 3.3m low income families, reports the Independent.
Parliament's spending watchdog has accused the DWP of hiding the failings of Iain Duncan Smith's troubled Universal Credit scheme.