I signed up for the scheme as a self-employed freelancer, and the nightmare began.
Ethan King, a 21-year-old man with autism, had his needs assessed by a physiotherapist. His mother says they are "staring into the abyss" after his benefits were revoked.
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After 'Benefits Street' came scores of copycat programmes that make entertainment out of claimants' hardships.
Every state in the U.S. requires companies to provide workers’ compensation to employees injured on the job. That is: every state except Texas.
They say they're the party of strivers, but figures released today show the majority of people living in poverty in Britain are actually in work.
Since Labatt opened its Edmonton brewery in 1962, the company has maintained a policy of giving pensioners a gift card good for a case of 12 Labatts each week until they die.
Ken Loach's new film is a howl of rage against the injustice benefits claimants face, but can culture change policy?
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.