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.
Disabled researcher and military veteran speaks about her own experiences of dealing with the DWP and the UK's welfare system.
Single mum with Bipolar Disorder says she's constantly "living in fear" of the next DWP letter posted through her letterbox - and she isn't alone.
Estimated 128,000 children are without a home – more than were in the same situation in 2007 – says Shelter report.
British workers receive just 29% of their previous earnings, although private pensions bring figure up to near average.
DWP forced to hand internal assessment reports to the work and pensions committee, but MPs say the public should also be allowed access.
Almost 400,000 more UK children and 300,000 more pensioners plunged into poverty in past four years, new study finds.
Alan Milburn and entire social mobility team quit citing ‘lack of political leadership’.
Homeless people in Stoke still face swingeing cuts to vital support services.
DWP reject around a third of new claims for Personal Independence Payment from people with Multiple Sclerosis.
Measures include widening ‘fit note’ certification, reforming statutory sick pay, and large-scale employment research pilots.
Labour MP Frank Field says closure of helpline for eight days over Christmas risks leaving some of poorest claimants without money for food.
Demand for emergency food parcels is expected to spike over the festive period and continue into the New Year and beyond.
Scottish Tories must stand by their election promise and support fair pensions for women, says SNP MP.
Women’s Aid says 39% of refuges will have to close in England under plans to remove supported housing from welfare system.
Thousands of families are "facing utter misery" over Christmas due to Universal Credit wait, says Unite.