The system is failing and the government needs to admit it.
Two-thirds of those affected by the benefit cap are single parent households.
A year after my first visit to a food bank, demand had doubled.
A pilot project in Aberdeen aims to give sanitary products to those who can't afford them.
The battle over this radical policy is moving gradually into the mainstream.
The 2017 manifestos were in sharp contrast to those of the 2015 election.
We should be looking at where any extra cash will have the biggest benefit, for the largest number of people, who need it most.
The idea this ill-judged policy helps people transition from the social security system into paid work has been exposed as a myth.
The distinction between the deserving and undeserving reeks of the workhouse.
Attitudes to benefits claimants have hardened over the past decade. But why do benefits claimants themselves often agree?
Ben Barr, co-author of a key research paper, says "the government has misinterpreted the evidence".