“There has been no freeze in the benefits that disabled people receive”, apparently. Plus three other dubious statements.
Are there already splits over cuts?
Since becoming Work & Pensions Secretary last November, she’s been lauded for “resetting” the new welfare system. But this is just spin.
Once derided as a utopian unicorn, Finnish trials of basic income suggest the policy has real-world potential.
Is the poverty safari genre over?
Financial pressures are endangering the future of libraries, youth clubs, bus services, street cleaning, park maintenance – and everything else we expect from our councils.
The number of rough sleepers in England is up by 165 per cent since 2010.
It chose today to sneak out a written statement on the final Local Government Finance Settlement.
Amid online abuse and a harsher benefits system, the gold medal-winning swimmer Liz Johnson urges the government and businesses to hire more people with disabilities.
Since it was announced in 2010, the project to transform the benefits system has been beset by problems. What is going wrong?
From 15 May, couples with one pensioner could lose around £7,000 a year.