What to expect from Liz Kendall as Keir Starmer’s controversial shadow work and pensions secretary
Liz Kendall is the new shadow minister for work and pensions, but what can we expect from the Labour MP in her new role in Keir Starmer’s close circle?
Half a million seriously ill and disabled people could have universal credit cut under DWP plans
The government claims people will have “transitional protection”, but over time half a million people will see their universal credit cut by £400 unless they successfully apply for PIP
Panic attacks, pressure to ‘ramp up numbers’ and a ‘bullying atmosphere’: Life as a DWP disability benefits assessor
Former disability benefits assessors describe being driven to illness because of the pressure to increase the number of assessments they were carrying out each day, with one calling it a “bullying atmosphere”