MPs suggest six-week wait for first benefit payment could be reduced to a month despite May’s insistence system is working.
Labour reiterates its manifesto pledge to reduce household bills by renationalising utility companies and Royal Mail.
Veteran Tory MP Edward Leigh attacks leader of Commons for saying government is not bound by Wednesday’s vote.
Watch SNP firebrand Mhairi Black tear apart the Tories' reasoning behind cruel social security reforms.
Politicians are putting their own self interests and those of their party before the needs of the people they are elected to serve.
Tories under fire for abstaining from vote hours after work and pensions secretary David Gauke ends helpline charges.
Work and pensions secretary says all DWP helplines will become free, one week after Jeremy Corbyn asked Theresa May about issue.
Party says worker's rights should be 'front and centre' of political debate due to the 'rapidly changing world of work'
SNP urge MPs from across the political divide to vote on today's debate and halt universal credit.
Government says it believes advance payments system solves problems around delays as Labour urges Tories to support motion to pause rollout of benefit.
Campaigners call on the Scottish Government to improve the energy efficiency of Scotland's homes.
Campaigners are granted judicial review of policy, which stops benefits being paid for more than two children.
Sharp price rises could cost average household £260 a year if UK leaves EU without a trade deal while richest will be least affected.
MPs issue a scathing attack on DWP ministers, as the department is accused of failing to submit evidence to a universal credit inquiry.
Leading charity warns new disability benefit is putting the lives of people with epilepsy at risk.
SNP MP Drew Hendry says Tories know flagship reform isn't working and should halt its roll-out.
Conservative MP calls on Philip Hammond to cut rate to allow people receiving in-work benefits to work more hours without facing such heavy tax.
SNP slam 'totally incorrect' assumption and warn of 'devastating impact' on Scottish households.
At least 500,000 households are facing a shortfall between rent and their housing benefit entitlement.
Sue Jones writes that social security has been transformed from a system that once aided people in need, to one that punishes them for needing support.
Campaigners are concerned complexity of new benefit and poor staff training are contributing to long and repeated calls.
A least 25 Tory MPs are reportedly prepared to back Labour's call to pause the roll-out of universal credit.