Claimants will be given a two-week warning period to prove their case
There's a place for cuddly characters in public information, says Gillian Orr, but it's not pension reform
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
Clearly the purple blob on my lanyard designating me as a “non party member” wasn’t doing me any favours
The DWP secretary says benefits should not be a route out of poverty
The comments were branded 'shocking' by fellow MPs
The Government has defended the contracts
Chancellor says he wants to see low-paid workers' earnings rising, but not at the cost of jobs
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”.
I thought Thatcher’s cardboard box city of rough sleepers outside Waterloo station had gone forever
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.
Sir Jeremy personally intervenes to stop Work and Pensions Secretary blaming Robert Devereux for universal credit programme debacle
To the public this is no more than an SW1 issue, to the Whitehall mandarins it represents an earthquake
A benefits fraudster who fled to the Costa del Sol ahead of sentencing in 2008 has been jailed for three years.
Despite the recent deaths on London's roads, Johnson seems to believe that it is the personal choices of cyclists that determine their safety