‘We have to keep fighting’: Legacy benefits campaigners call for systemic change after court defeat
Legacy benefits claimants took the government to court over a DWP decision not to give them the £20-a-week universal credit uplift
‘This is austerity 2.0’: Outcry as government plots cuts to public spending
Councils said the plans show a “complete lack of understanding of the lives of real people in this country”
Thérèse Coffey criticised for singing ‘Time of My Life’ at karaoke amid universal credit cut
Campaigners have criticised the work and pensions secretary after she was seen dancing and singing the Dirty Dancing hit at a Tory conference party on the eve of universal credit cuts.