New research from Oxford University on the causes of food bank use has found a link between the suspension of benefit payouts and referrals for emergency food supplies.
Ashton-Under-Lyne is pioneering the government's benefit reforms, but the claimants it deals with are anything but happy.
Making someone destitute is a very strange way to help them recover from drug addiction.
I asked them why they want the Conservatives to feel shame.
Research has proven that welfare cuts are tipping deeply vulnerable individuals – in need of support, not punishment – over the edge.
Every day in the UK, 100 people with mental health problems have their benefits sanctioned. I asked a couple of them what that felt like.
Selected jobseekers have to sit inside a center nine to five, Monday to Friday, for three months, looking for jobs that don't exist.