The Scottish and UK governments are on a collision course over the bedroom tax.
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This is what a real ‘Benefits Street’ might look like.
Benefits are often an essential subsidy to low wages rather than an alternative to work.
We have three questions that we believe IDS ought to be asked by the committee.
By European standards Britain’s benefits system is far from generous.
New shadow work and pensions secretary Rachel Reeves announced that Labour would be “tougher than the Tories” on benefits, while Tristram Hunt said Labour in government would back a version of education secretary Michael Gove’s flagship free schools programme.
One in four people are too ashamed to admit that they are in receipt of benefits, worried that people will think they are scroungers, according to a new survey.