Region ranks 15th out of 23 countries in terms tackling poverty and social exclusion
'Unequal treatment' of migrants is justified on the basis of 'protecting a member state's finances', says ECJ
Now we have the stats to prove what we knew all along – welfare cuts are based on stereotypes not evidence
We don’t think a handsomely paid chief executive might be demotivated by their large income, but suggest £70 a week for every citizen would mean we’d take to our couches en masse
If the kind of tax avoidance revealed by the Panama Papers was stopped, would austerity cuts need to be quite so deep?
The welfare system we have is far from perfect. It’s inherently improvable – and there are attempts to improve it going on already
Philippa Stroud, who co-founded a think-tank with Mr Duncan Smith, said he was frustrated that certain groups appeared to be shouldering the burden of austerity considerably more than others.
Chancellor under pressure to compromise over the plans to reduce Personal Independence Payments
A similar law exists in 13 states despite the expense and the low correlation between drugs and benefits applicants
Dame Carol Black warns such a move could also be counterproductive
Justin Tomlinson said the Government agreed with a proposed cut but it could support it because of EU law
David Cameron and the DWP have both declined to say whether the ESA WRAG cuts will go ahead
Lib Dem peers will seek to overturn part of new Universal Credit system that could affect up to a million people
We are about to have a referendum on the wrong topic. Responding to the needs of a growing elderly population is the overwhelming challenge
Instead of solving the nation's problems, the Government keeps moving the goalposts while hoping we won't notice what's going on
Dame Margaret is the author of a report into why Labour lost the 2015 election