Call comes after a BBC investigation found that 82 claimants have died after some alleged DWP activity.
The Covid pandemic has shown us the importance of a properly funded social security system.
17.5 million adults in Britain have been negatively impacted by the ongoing housing crisis.
The Children’s Commissioners of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have condemned the Tory two-child benefit limit.
Money saving expert urges government to “act now so that everyone can get the help they need with Universal Credit.”
IPPR thinktank says “we need a far deeper rethink of housing, childcare, social security and work.”
Campaigners demand “urgent reform” to the disability benefits assessment process.
Tory government also accused of a “clear breach of children’s human rights.”
Fuel poverty charity has seen a 43% increase in enquires over the last year.
Number of Scots on Universal Credit has increased by 86% in the past year.
DWP accused of a “complete dereliction of duty and abandonment of some of our poorest at the worst possible time.”
UK government told plan “will pull hundreds of thousands more people into poverty.”
‘Brave’ Ethan has raised almost £4,000 for the MPS Society and Great Ormond Street Hospital.