Former Jobcentre worker reveals culture of cruelty against unemployed people.
A UK man has been temporarily banned from driving after he was caught towing a man in a wheelchair to McDonald’s.
A must watch satirical video.
Video: Ex DWP officer says claimants were encouraged to change answers "in a way that would drop themselves in it".
Must See: Thousands of children will wake up this Christmas without a place to call home.
Labour leader said the government's cruel benefit sanction regime is making vulnerable people homeless.
New research has found that the proportion of autistic people in full-time paid work has stagnated since 2007, at just under 16%.
I, Daniel Blake, the story of a disabled man's battle with the welfare system, will be released in UK cinemas on 21 October.
Theresa May shamed over Tory housing policy by an adorable five-year-old girl.
John McArdle was giving evidence to the Scottish Social Security Committee on the impact of social security cuts on disabled people.
Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, Debbie Abrahams MP, also said being on social security shouldn't mean having to live in poverty.
Liz Carr compared the government's treatment of disabled people to Nazi oppression at the Labour Party Conference 2016.
Motion backs calls for 'fit for work tests' to be scrapped and replaced by a fair and humane process for determining work capability.
Protesters from the campaign group Disabled People Against Cuts blocked Westminster Bridge in London, in protest against brutal Government cuts to social security benefits.
Disabled people are being let down by a benefits system that is meant to exist to protect them.
Government commitment to the halve the disability employment gap 'will fail without radical change', says thinktank.
OECD analysis suggests greater automation in the workplace will not lead to fewer jobs, but will require more workers to be retrained.
Award winning benefits drama I, Daniel Blake by British filmmaker Ken Loach will be in cinemas from October 21. Watch the official trailer here.
Benefit cuts, the battle for equality, and public perception. A group of disabled people share their experiences of living with a disability in Britain today.
The 79-year-old Briton has triumphed at the Cannes film festival for the second time with his welfare state drama.
New Work and Pensions Secretary dashed the hopes of hundreds of thousands of women set to lose out from changes to the State Pension age.
In a country that claims to be socially inclusive and tolerant, why are so many disabled people in the UK being left behind and excluded from society?