Sixty per cent of welfare cuts made in this parliament will fall on the working poor.
The Chancellor's plan to increase benefits by just 1 per cent creates an awkward dilemma for Labour and Lib Dem MPs.
Being sick and tired is no reason not to keep fighting - a growing number of people are refusing to accept this new, cruel reality.
Labour can win the welfare argument by appealing to working families hammered by the cuts, Liam Byrne tells Rafael Behr.
Jonathan Derbyshire on the pioneering social and political theorist who did more than most to bring about the ideals of the Beveridge report.
Seventy years after William Beveridge published the report that established the welfare state in Britain, we ask if its ideas are still fit for purpose.
The welfare state was much more than an artefact of one man’s genius.
New data shows that the spending cuts are deepest in areas with the highest claimant count per vacancy.
Not a paragon of efficiency.