Employment and Support Allowance WRAG payments are being cut by £30 a week from April 2017
Judge rules that the Work and Pensions Secretary had discriminated on the grounds of disability against unpaid carers who look after severely disabled people for more than 35 hours a week
Academic researchers also find 279,000 cases of mental ill health and 725,000 more prescriptions for antidepressants
Exclusive: There has been a steep fall in full-time specialist employment support for disabled people in jobcentres
Prominent Eurosceptic's comments come as George Osborne begins spelling out vision for 'two-speed' Europe
Organisers of the financial services pilot claim that 90% of those being referred for debt and money advice in one particular food bank had resolved their issues or were close to having done so after two months.
Obviously it's better to stick a few DWP staff in food banks than to address the policies that have left people needing emergency food in the first place
The scheme is already underway in Manchester and received 'strong feedback'
A Work and Pensions Committee report into the scheme had some positive things to say however
DWP spends £8.54m on advertising campaign at the same time as slashing benefits for disabled people, cutting £4.5bn a year from working tax credits and withdrawing housing benefit from all those under the age of 21
The apparent UN investigation came to light in August
The scheme has been plagued by problems and delays since its launch
The comments were branded 'shocking' by fellow MPs
The Government has defended the contracts
Iain Duncan Smith has suggested being on benefits is a form of slavery and he is like abolitionist William Wilberforce through his introduction of welfare reforms.
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