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Work and Pensions Secretary vowed to prioritise "any individuals whom we know from our systems to be terminally ill".
Lone-parents, disabled children and ethnic minorities will be among worst-hit, says EHRC.
Government agrees to keep system open for six more months after pressure from Labour.
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.
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.
SNP MP launches petition calling on the UK government to scrap the tax on child support for victims of domestic abuse.
MP Angela Rayner says her party wants to block Tories’ vouchers and free school meals snatch.
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.
"It is astonishing that women in the UK may be having to choose between poverty and abuse because of Tory welfare policy."
TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady meets with opposition leaders at 'Brexit summit'.
Study shows "work is not providing a route out of poverty", says JRF.
Calls for commitment to topping up child element of universal credit to meet 2030 targets.
Police and vigilantes are seeking to ‘other’ people on the street, says chief executive of Crisis.
Twitter users were quick to remind the former Chancellor about the tragic human cost of cuts to vital public services and social security benefits.
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.