A Christian doctor who refused to call transgender women “she” chose to leave work and was not suspended from his post, an employment tribunal has heard.
The scrapping of start-date protections under Universal Credit (UC) is “deeply alarming”, the DWP has been told.
The UK has violated its human rights obligations through sustained and widespread cuts to social support, a UN poverty expert has claimed.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has defended Universal Credit despite a sharp rise in people left unable to pay their rent in the parts of Scotland where the benefit was first launched.
PRIVATISING the management of hundreds of job centres has cost taxpayers £11 billion more than ministers promised, we can reveal.
BENEFITS bosses axed a disabled woman’s Motability car to save cash – but then agreed to pay out £65,000 to taxi her to and from work.