Tory disability benefit changes are causing "great distress" to thousands of sick and disabled people, says Labour MP.
Independent body will check that changes preserve human rights before Holyrood gets vote.
Government decides not to appeal High Court judgement that changes to disability benefits discriminate against people with mental health problems.
Major study finds the majority of people on sickness benefits are struggling to make ends meet, thanks to Tory cuts.
Figures show 29% of landlords have already evicted a tenant for Universal Credit rent arrears.
Theresa May confronted by SNP MP on plight of sanctioned Glasgow woman pushed to the brink of homelessness.
Freedom of information request reveals 87% of benefit fraud allegations by members of the members are unsubstantiated.
Researchers uncover continued uncertainty around Universal Credit, with some people believing the new benefits system is a UK mobile data plan.
McVey notoriously aided Iain Duncan Smith in enforcing a raft of draconian welfare changes and boasted about cutting benefits for disabled people.
SNP MP Drew Hendry says the UK government is failing terminally ill people who make a claim for universal credit.
Official universal credit capability for work questionnaire.
Study finds many people are not claiming support they are entitled to and warns some are put off by the benefits system.
Labour says its findings offer more evidence that the government should pause rollout of new benefit system.
Chancellor Philip Hammond compared to Ebeneezer Scrooge as SNP call for an end to Tory cuts.
Universal credit claimants with a terminal illness forced to meet with work coaches, or fit into an arbitrary 6 month prognosis in order to claim support.
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.
Work and Pensions Secretary defended the Government's controversial benefit sanctions regime on the BBC's Andrew Marr show.
Figures also show DWP ministers spent £35million defending cruel decisions to deny sick and disabled people vital benefits.
The disabled 60-year-old feared she may lose her home after the DWP slashed her ESA benefit.
New figures reveal that the number of households accepted as statutory homeless in England has increased by more than 60% since 2009.