The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
All you need to know about the government's plan to cut tax credits.
What is the human cost of cutting public spending? We meet those at the sharp end of austerity to find out what it means for their mental health.
The state has retreated - leaving religious groups to take the strain. That has to change.
Disabled claimants are increasingly vulnerable, with justice more difficult to access, and the need to be reassessed after being declared "fit to work",
The threat to social housing is still very real, and it hasn't gone away, warns Tom Copley.
Labour shouldn't be ashamed of the welfare state - or retreat from defending it.
How can Labour escape George Osborne's traps without losing its soul?
The landscape over the next five years is different. More of us will feel the pain, even though many believe the financial crash is long past and the worst is over.
A coroner has concluded that a depressed man killed himself as a direct result of being ruled “fit to work” by the Department for Work and Pensions.
I was to be evicted for being illegally in accommodation for homeless people. They, Camden Council, would then have to rehouse me, as I had a small child.
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