The DWP says its measures are 'incentives for people to move into work'
Exclusive: The SNP claims the Government has quietly scrapped a system which spared claimants from the worst hardship at Christmas - something the Department for Work and Pensions denies
Move explicitly designed to 'promote labour mobility', but would allow David Cameron to claim he was tackling 'benefit tourism'
Mr Duncan Smith was explicitly warned not to implement the part of the policy causing the problem earlier this year
New book warns that the welfare system is boosting the number of children born into workless households
There are other ways the Prime Minister could achieve his aims
The Chancellor is considering his options after the House of Lords blocked the immediate planned cuts to tax credits
Exclusive: Households that received money they did not claim may get a knock on the door
More than 70 of Conservative MPs would be vulnerable to losing their seats in parliament to a public backlash against cuts to tax credits, new research suggests.
"This was hugely important to the development of the children, to their wellbeing”
Critics say the thousands of dollars spent on drugs-testing poor in "shaming" regime could be better spent elsewhere
A quarter of suicides occur within three months of discharge from hospital, a major study in Scotland has found.
One of stars of Channel 4 reality show tells Lib Dem leader he could ‘win her vote’
Making access to benefits tougher for young people could be counter-productive
The show has added almost 1m viewers since the first episode two weeks ago
Spending on early intervention, preventative measures and a joined-up approach to treatment is the only option if we want to see a real improvement