Unemployed people must attend the offices regularly or lose their benefits
At least 34 foreign fighters have received state money after joining terrorist group
The policy was floated by David Cameron last summer
The former DWP secretary said the freeze would be harsher than expected due to inflation
'The box symbolises is that every child is equal'
Labour MP Iain Wright said the case was one of the most disgraceful he had heard from constituents on sickness benefits
Yes, one woman's benefits were stopped because a dead man who once lived in her house was assumed to be her partner, but that's just what happens when you're enthusiastic about putting the government's words into practice
The firm is being dropped by HMRC but not until May 2017
Government fought in the courts for four years to keep the companies' identities a secret, saying it would damage their 'commercial interests'
‘The dangers are obvious - you only have to touch the dashboard or seats to know how hot the inside of a car can get’
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
In an age of increasing lifestyle regulation, a basic income would open the door to state diktat over consumption
If Crabb meant what he said, the most vulnerable among us are not safe yet
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