Major study finds the majority of people on sickness benefits are struggling to make ends meet, thanks to Tory cuts.
Study finds many people are not claiming support they are entitled to and warns some are put off by the benefits system.
The disabled 60-year-old feared she may lose her home after the DWP slashed her ESA benefit.
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.
Measures include widening ‘fit note’ certification, reforming statutory sick pay, and large-scale employment research pilots.
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.
Survey reveals disabled people apply for 60% more jobs than non-disabled people in their job search.
Why aren't people entitled to benefits claiming them?
Participants in DWP work experience programme say budget chain used them to stack shelves all day.
Improvements in health have been used to justify mandating employment for lone parents in receipt of social security benefits.
"What's the point?": David Metcalf is said to have felt 'frustrated and upset' after being found 'fit for work' by the DWP.
Number of households sucked into the benefit cap has rocketed by 214%, DWP figures show.
Heartless Department for Work and Pensions continues to treat sick and disabled people with utter contempt.
Rosemary Carroll claimed she had published the post 'by mistake'.
Work capability assessment 'creates unnecessary preventable harm', says researcher.
Department for Work and Pensions instructs local job centre to be ‘as flexible as possible’ with those affected by fire.
Disability Rights UK call for 'fit for work' tests to be replaced and the abolition of 'bedroom tax', among other demands.
Michael was found “fit for work” by the DWP, despite multiple letters from healthcare professionals clearly stating that he wasn't.
Neoliberal politics opened the door for the future destruction of the welfare state when aided by an unelected banker with too much political power, writes Mo Stewart.
Third-sector organisations warn the new 'Fair Start Scotland' scheme will fail without 'high-quality specialised support'.
He’s only an expert when singing from the same hymn sheet as the DWP.