Labour MP says prime minister’s defence of using temporary accommodation to house thousands of children is appalling.
Public accounts committee says homelessness is a national crisis and DCLG has been unacceptably complacent.
The Children's Society has called on the Government to "provide free school meals for all children on universal credit".
Nottingham shopping centre hosts machine carrying free food and other essentials for those with special keycard.
Response "is a terrible missed opportunity" to immediately improve the Personal Independence Payment assessment process, says Frank Field MP.
Labour has secured a vote to force the Government to conduct an assessment of the impact of social security changes on disadvantaged groups.
Work and Pensions Secretary defended the Government's controversial benefit sanctions regime on the BBC's Andrew Marr show.
Council funding cuts have reduced help for the old in deprived areas, study shows.
Figures also show DWP ministers spent £35million defending cruel decisions to deny sick and disabled people vital benefits.
Nurses are among those ending up with nowhere to live after being evicted by private-sector landlords, says watchdog.
The disabled 60-year-old feared she may lose her home after the DWP slashed her ESA benefit.
Labour leader calls on Government to "ensure the victims, survivors and community get justice".
New figures reveal that the number of households accepted as statutory homeless in England has increased by more than 60% since 2009.
80% target for upholding original PIP and ESA decisions at the first stage of appeal will be dropped.
SNP MP says the UK Government's controversial work capability assessment system is 'not fit for purpose' and should be reviewed.
UK Government urged to ban pension cold calls, as MPs warn people's savings are under threat from scammers.
Manpower poll shows hiring staff is flatlining in London and depicts firms as the least confident for five years about taking on new workers.
Crucial welfare payment will be turned into a loan from 2018, affecting 124,000 individuals who rely on it.
Department for Work and Pensions admit it does not collect data on the numbers of foodbank users.
Tenants living in homes sold under Margaret Thatcher’s scheme now pay twice the rents charged by local authorities.
Thousands of disability benefit assessments deemed ‘unacceptable’ by the Government’s own quality audits
New government figures reveal private contractors Atos and Capita are failing to meet required performance targets.
The number of homeless children in Britain is at its highest level in a decade, shocking new research reveals.