New figures reveal the freeze on working age benefits will erode household incomes much more deeply than originally forecast.
Lone-parents, disabled children and ethnic minorities will be among worst-hit, says EHRC.
Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary claims to be the victim of a "bullying culture of the worst kind", as Party investigates "work based complaints".
New study confirms that the poorest are being hit hardest by continuing austerity.
Minimum wage dodgers warned they face fines of up to 200% of wages owed, but critics argue much more could be done.
Ministry of Justice statistics reveal that 69% of PIP and ESA decisions were over-turned at Tribunal in favour of claimants between October to December 2017.
Labour analysis found that children's services in England are facing are £2bn funding shortfall by 2020.
The rising cost of living and cuts to in-work benefits are leaving people at greater risk of sustained poverty, report warns.
Study shows "work is not providing a route out of poverty", says JRF.
Police and vigilantes are seeking to ‘other’ people on the street, says chief executive of Crisis.
The UK Government is failing to protect the most vulnerable people in society. How long can it be allowed to continue?
ONS analysis reveals a significant increase in the inequality in life expectancy in England between rich and poor.
Four NHS commissioning bodies in England offer to share savings made with GP practices.
Campaigners say the UK Government is failing in its duty to protect and progress disabled people’s rights.
DWP failed to meet its own target of processing new benefit claims within ten days on 214,000 occasions last year, new figures show.
Resolution Foundation warns of rising inequality amid cuts to working-age benefits.
Disability charity Scope calls for a "complete rethink" on how disabled people are supported to cover extra £570 a month living costs.
Tories claim there isn't enough time in the parliamentary calendar for a change in legislation.
Groundbreaking Demos study reveals ‘culture of disbelief’ about disability among jobcentre staff leads to money being docked.
Failures by private companies risk undermining the entire benefit assessment system, an influential group of MPs has warned.
A former Tory minister described the amount as "staggering", adding it "clearly indicates that something is seriously wrong with the system".
Authority plans to issue £100 penalties for breaches of public space protection orders.