Scots challenging a decision on their social security entitlements will not experience a gap in financial support.
'People should not be left without food, heating and electricity because of cruel Tory policies', says Christina McKelvie
Growth of unsuitable self-employment blamed for half of single parent homes being poor.
Committee outlines assessment failings, including woman asked why she had not killed herself.
Findings flag up ‘considerable uncertainty about its costs and benefits’ seven years on.
Lawyers for terminally ill man who say new system costs him almost £200 a month win right to judicial review.
Elaine Dyson questions why any woman in Britain could ever bring themselves to vote Conservative.
Welfare scheme a ‘significant risk’ to public spending, warns Office for Budget Responsibility.
End Child Poverty says years-long freeze on benefits is major factor in emerging crisis.
Tory disability benefit changes are causing "great distress" to thousands of sick and disabled people, says Labour MP.
Figures show 29% of landlords have already evicted a tenant for Universal Credit rent arrears.
Researchers uncover continued uncertainty around Universal Credit, with some people believing the new benefits system is a UK mobile data plan.
SNP MP Drew Hendry says the UK government is failing terminally ill people who make a claim for universal credit.
Labour says its findings offer more evidence that the government should pause rollout of new benefit system.
The Children's Society has called on the Government to "provide free school meals for all children on universal credit".
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.
Figures also show DWP ministers spent £35million defending cruel decisions to deny sick and disabled people vital benefits.
Crucial welfare payment will be turned into a loan from 2018, affecting 124,000 individuals who rely on it.
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.