Every week 5,500 families approach English councils for help with homelessness, but vulnerable people are being left in limbo.
The former PM has been parroting this line this week but make no mistake, his cuts were a political choice that needn't have happened at all, writes economist Miatta Fahnbulleh
Ex-PM says "you'd think we had reinstated the workhouse" and that Tory-led government should have "ripped the plaster off" in the early days of his premiership.
Woman confronts PM during walkabout at the local market: "You’ve got the cheek to come here and tell us that austerity's over and it’s all good now."
Prime minister also confronted over people having "died because of austerity".
Spending review will be unveiled on September 4. Critics say public won’t be fooled by claims that austerity is over.
As Cambridgeshire and Peterborough becomes the fifth area to cut all services, three couples share their experiences.
I've seen how a decade of Tory-led austerity has left children and poor families suffering – but it's the state's responsibility, not teachers like me, to protect their wellbeing.
"These are expensive pledges," says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
The number of children in poverty in the north increased by 200,000 since the agenda was unveiled.