In 2012, 61 per cent were concerned about the impact of future cuts. By 2017 this was down to 45 per cent. What happened?
Sometimes the L Word is the right word, says Dawn Butler MP.
The government is on course to be defeated over tax credits - but the victory may be a pyrrhic one for the House of Lords.
So much for being a compassionate Conservative.
David Cameron boasts of keeping his word to pensioners. But the reality is different.
Increasing numbers of families are finding it a constant struggle to feed their children in the school holidays.
In the last five years the Conservativess have introduced policies that targeted certain groups of people, - namely, the disabled, the working class, the sick, trade unions, to name a few. But this time, there seems to be one demographic that is ruthlessly under fire under the Conservatives – the young.
George Osborne must rethink his approach on tax credits, says Owen Smith.
Far from being a lifestyle choice, welfare is all too often a struggle for survival.
The Tory approach is the last thing we need, argues Tim Farron.
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