David Cameron and the DWP have both declined to say whether the ESA WRAG cuts will go ahead
While we don’t like the idea of poor people starving, we cling to ideas of the 'deserving' and 'undeserving' poor
'Instead of cutting people’s benefits, what if we did the opposite and gave them more money… much more money?'
Benefits will instead be gradually increased for migrants
Dame Margaret is the author of a report into why Labour lost the 2015 election
A former government minister says young Australian women treat babies like "cash cows" and have children to make money from the welfare system
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
Independent research exposes the disparity that will be created across the country when cuts to in-work support for Universal Credit claimants takes effect for 500,000 recipients in April
For the first time since figures began in 2006, people aged 65-74 hold a bigger slice of total household wealth than the under 45s
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
Baroness Manzoor’s actions could cause a constitutional crisis, Tories claim
John Rentoul explains what you need to know about George Osborne's planned cuts to tax credits
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”