Debbie Abrahams is shadow work and pensions secretary.
The shadow work and pensions secretary on the latest analysis of a controversial benefit.
The idea this ill-judged policy helps people transition from the social security system into paid work has been exposed as a myth.
Women who leave abusive partners may be hit by child tax credit and ESA cuts, as well as the lack of funding for refuges.
The data shows that most voters want a fairer society. Labour must fight for this in the Brexit negotiations.
Housing benefit and tax credits subsidise exploitative landlords and employers
A rescue deal for Bernard Matthews dumps the problem on workers.
People who pay into the system should expect to be supported by it.
Reliable evidence and risk assessments should guide the public in the build up to next month's vote.
The government is dragging its feet in combating tax evasion.
Inequality hits the rich and the poor alike, says Debbie Abrahams.