Judge says government’s rules on exemptions ‘in conflict with the purposes of the legislation’.
Valerie Baker was ordered to return ‘overpayments’ for past claims and threatened with deportation.
Poll reveals the "desperate choices low paid families have to make", as UK Government is urged to adopt the "real…
Citizens Advice calls for urgent action to prevent vulnerable households from being left without light and heating.
New Green Paper promises 'Houses for the Many' with a focus on building homes for social rent.
Study is the first to focus specifically on how veterans experience the benefits system and asks whether commitments to the…
PM defended comments made by DWP boss Esther McVey that the universal credit rape clause provides victims with “double support.”
SNP health spokesperson says Universal Credit flaws risk trapping women in abusive relationships.
Single parents are more likely to be subjected to unfair and unjustified benefit sanctions than any other group of claimants,…
DWP Secretary claimed forcing women to prove they were raped to claim benefits gives them an "opportunity to talk".
Around 350,000 people could soon qualify for right to select and pay for treatments through bespoke care plan.
Work and Pensions Secretary, Esther McVey MP, accused of ignoring the real life impact of Tory social security cuts.
Government department has taken on over 27,000 people for unpaid work placements since 2011.
Government amends legislation so that the concessions will no longer need to be reviewed every five years.
Government and businesses should offer better paternity leave for Britain's fathers, says Fulton MacGregor.