From 15 May, couples with one pensioner could lose around £7,000 a year.
Although the unfairness of the policy remains, the political difficulty has been remedied.
We are not destined to be objects of pity in our old age. But ageism is alive and kicking,
MPs are calling for a minister for hunger to tackle food insecurity – but we need changes in policy, not another politician on the Whitehall payroll.
Why the big news is small fry for claimants.
The Work and Pensions Secretary still faces deep concern about the roll-out of the flagship welfare scheme from Tory MPs.
Everything you need to know about an epic government policy failure.
My dad’s phone pings at 3:40am on a Sunday. “You need to read a message in your Universal Credit journal,” it says.
From our decaying public realm to rising homelessness.
MPs questioned the Work & Pensions Secretary about the new benefit system, which she has concerns about – but still defends.
Armed with tins of beans and bags of sugar, elected representatives of this government have been posing alongside the damage they’ve done.