department for work and pensions

Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd says family illness prompted her to act over controversial benefit guidelines.
Outdated rules are forcing dying people into 'crippling debt and hardship', says inquiry.
Underpayments were highest for benefits claimed by disabled people.
"The DWP wanted to speak to mum when she was unconscious, they asked me to wake her up."
Government under pressure to scrap time limit penalising gravely ill people.
The group has dubbed the adverts "deliberately misleading".
Dying people are forced to use foodbanks and miss vital hospital appointments due to "failing system".
“You can’t help the people who’ve died, can you?”
The four-page feature in the Metro newspaper promised to "set the record straight" about the government’s controversial welfare system.