Homeless people in Stoke still face swingeing cuts to vital support services.
Tories determined to 'strip welfare provision to the absolute bone', say mental health professionals.
Rochdale Council proposed changes to the way it provides care and accommodation for vulnerable and disabled adults.
Rochdale Council has defended a set of controversial cost saving plans for learning disability services.
Open letter calls on the Labour Party to include a pledge to end homelessness in its 2020 general election manifesto.
Mandy's life is about to be turned upside down when her mobility car is taken away because of callous Tory cuts.
Letters: Disabled people need the Labour Party to unite and work harder to hold the government to account, a concerned citizen writes.
Parents need the Government to stop thwarting their best efforts at every turn, writes Elaine Dyson.
A former soldier left cold and humiliated by Tory welfare cuts tried to take their own life,.. and knows who to blame.
Unemployment figures are cleverly designed to make sure that people don't find out the facts, writes Mark Williams.
Letters: Compassion and honesty are not among Iain Duncan Smith's and the Tories' best attributes.
With a Government ruling by fear and perpetuating benefits myths, it's more important than ever that society stands united.
Campaigners have written to PM David Cameron expressing ‘serious concern’ at the government’s approach to the Freedom of Information Act.
The weak and vulnerable should be cared for and valued as much as the privileged and powerful elite, writes Ms Z. Devi.
If a DWP Decision Maker knowingly fabricates evidence to present to a Tribunal they would be "personally responsible", says former welfare rights lawyer.
A DWP decision maker "is not legally liable for any errors or omissions he may make" in evidence submitted to an appeal tribunal.
I find it amazing that there is so little support for Welfare Benefit claimants within the UK, writes John Fairest.
Campaigners are deeply concerns over cuts to services and benefit sanctions for people with mental health problems.
Unemployed music composer was threatened with a benefit sanction when he described a mandatory work placement as 'pointless'.
GPs have warned that a 7-day a week NHS 'could lead to mistakes and may put lives at risk'.
Why are we pushing vulnerable benefit claimants into the position of feeling that the only way out is to take their own life?
Whenever David Cameron states that the government has plans to help us, he creates uneasiness among those who know the opposite is true.
Sick and disabled people don't 'choose' to claim benefits, they have no choice - writes Kathy Lamprell.
Capitalism is an 'ideology built on a fraudulent premise', writes Stephen Locke.