The resignation of David Freud has observers wondering if Duncan Smith's universal credit is to be killed off at last.
The Work and Pensions Secretary is planning to overhaul sickness benefit rules in a bid to get more people working.
Glyn Banks taught English at the HMS Conway school, when Iain Duncan Smith was a 16-year-old student there. He recalls how rightwing the Work and Pensions Secretary was even as a teenager.
The Department for Work & Pensions has been caught making up case studies of claimants explaining and backing its benefit sanctions policy; the government believes it can get away with anything when vulnerable people are at stake.
The personal independence payment benefit is failing the sick and disabled.
Transgender people in Britain are still some of the most marginalised in society, which is why we need trans pride now more than ever.
How George Osborne's two-child benefit limit is making building a family into a class issue.
A video showing a man trying to bag a good, old-fashioned "offline date" by marching up to women in the street to ask them out has gone viral, but it's more disturbing than heartwarming.
The overwhelming need to prevent planetary meltdown gets translated into overwhelming earnestness and a lack of ability to do human.
Roman Krznaric speaks about his new project, the Empathy Museum, and why he believes it has the power to make visitors more empathetic.
The Chancellor launched his raid on the welfare budget with a number of ideological, damaging measures that would harm the young and vulnerable.
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