Department Work And Pensions

Iain Duncan Smith's project, which he has long since walked away from and left in the hands of others, is on the rocks. The Government have chosen to test a critical system by running it live, with real data, affecting real people and causing many casualties.
The woman who started a petition for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to release the benefits 'death stats' has
More than half of people driven by acute poverty to apply for emergency food aid are there because of delays, sudden cuts
Tory welfare minister Lord Freud has issued a "full and unreserved" apology after a recording emerged of him suggesting that
The United Nations has launched an investigation into whether Iain Duncan Smith's disability benefit changes have led to
Iain Duncan Smith's benefit sanctions are poorly understood and hit "vulnerable" jobseekers the hardest, a report commissioned
Jobseekers face being stripped of their benefits if they refuse to take some forms of zero-hours contracts under the coalition's
Iain Duncan Smith's Department for Work and Pensions has nearly two-thirds of government workers on less than the living
Iain Duncan Smith splashed out £75,000 of taxpayers' money on media training for gaffe-prone junior minister Lord Freud and
The vicious stigma of a life on benefits means more than a quarter of people have lied when they are forced to use government