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New figures reveal the freeze on working age benefits will erode household incomes much more deeply than originally forecast.
Work and Pensions Secretary vowed to prioritise "any individuals whom we know from our systems to be terminally ill".
Thinktank says 340,000 people could be taken out of poverty if Philip Hammond takes action.
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.
Social housing tenants are falsely and unfairly portrayed as 'benefit scroungers' in the national media, say campaigners.
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.
The rising cost of living and cuts to in-work benefits are leaving people at greater risk of sustained poverty, report warns.
"It is astonishing that women in the UK may be having to choose between poverty and abuse because of Tory welfare policy."
Campaigners say the UK Government is failing in its duty to protect and progress disabled people’s rights.
Landlords and letting agents urged to drop "no DSS" after woman is awarded £2,000 compensation in sex discrimination case.
DWP failed to meet its own target of processing new benefit claims within ten days on 214,000 occasions last year, new figures show.
Some people could receive their benefits up to four days early this Easter - here's what you need to know.
Lectures on poverty from the party of sanctions and the Bedroom Tax are a “sick joke”, says SNP MP Sandra White.
Test your basic knowledge and understanding of the benefits system and social exclusion.
Scots challenging a decision on their social security entitlements will not experience a gap in financial support.
Resolution Foundation warns of rising inequality amid cuts to working-age benefits.
'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.
Disability charity Scope calls for a "complete rethink" on how disabled people are supported to cover extra £570 a month living costs.
Why a written constitution is urgently needed to challenge a "political system that serves only the interests of the few".
Tories claim there isn't enough time in the parliamentary calendar for a change in legislation.