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
The new system replaces the basic and additional pensions for people reaching the state retirement age from 6 April 2016
Exclusive: Britain's biggest food bank provider says the Government has threated the charity for speaking out on the issue
Simon Read got a call from a dodgy Salford-based call centre that is a "lead generator" for financial firms
A study published this week has suggested that almost 600 suicides could be linked to the fitness for work test
Academic researchers also find 279,000 cases of mental ill health and 725,000 more prescriptions for antidepressants
Democracy and transparency go hand-in-hand - any severing of the bond should be resisted in the strongest of terms
Pensioner benefits have been widely protected by the Tories since they came to power, with younger generations worse hit
The comments were branded 'shocking' by fellow MPs
More than a fifth of out of work benefits claimants have a criminal record according to research published by the Ministry of Justice today.
About 60,000 families living in council homes where there is someone caring for an elderly or disabled relative have been caught out by the “bedroom tax”.
A competitive job market meant that many young people were forced to take low-skilled, poorly paid roles
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has refused requests to meet the leaders of a major food bank charity and accused them of “scaremongering”, it has emerged.
Critics say there is a ‘postcode lottery’ for grants meant to protect the vulnerable