Women's charities condemn 'unacceptable' and 'deeply flawed' plans
'Pointless' to continuously test those whose conditions can only get worse, says Work and Pensions Secretary
One housing association says pensioners in the North could lose £1,700 a year
Staff are allowed an average of just 23 minutes to deal with complicated calls from cancer patients, people with organ failure and the recently bereaved
People are currently required to provide employers with a doctor's note if they are sick for longer than seven days in a row
The Department for Work and Pensions has always denied it is possible to in any way connect benefit claimants' deaths with cuts or sanctions
Inquiries into the deaths of benefit claimants have revealed the government was repeatedly warned that vulnerable people were struggling to cope with benefit cuts, it has been reported.
Kenny Bailey says the decision to cut his benefits was made because he can 'walk 200 yards unaided' and 'get up from his chair'
'IDS undermined my efforts to help on important pension policy issues like women's pensions," she wrote on Twitter
Stephen Crabb has not rebelled once since last year's General Election
The new Work and Pensions Secretary was criticised in 2012 when it emerged he employed interns via the religious fundamentalist group and also reportedly took part in the scheme as an intern in the 1990s
Iain Duncan Smith quit the Cabinet and attacked the latest Budget's cuts to disability benefits as "indefensible"
A petition to discuss how state pensions for women have changed secured more than 140,000 signatures
Rport from Centre for Cities think-tank shos weflare spending growing rapidly in the most prosperous parts of Britain
The UK Statistics Authority warned that leaks can damage the reputation of the system
Pauline Fisher was dismissed just days before Christmas