Spare a thought for Britain’s veterans navigating the minefield that is the UK’s benefits system.
Social housing providers can help people get into work, with tailored, long-term support.
Young people are being put off claiming benefits – and it's costing both them, and society.
A new study has highlighted the damaging psychological impact of welfare conditionality on disabled people.
Advice saves lives and provides vital support to people seeking benefits, but severe cuts mean vulnerable people are at risk.
The universal basic income movement has a major problem: both critics and even many supporters don’t understand how much it would really cost.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics' latest analysis of the impact of government benefits and taxes on household income shows this reduces income inequality by more than 40% in Australia.
Perpetual uncertainty and changes to the way disability benefits work take a heavy toll on claimants.
Designed to ease budgetry pressures, households in Scotland on Universal Credit can now opt for a fortnightly payment instead of being paid monthly.
New research on implicit attitudes to people who receive benefits shows how pervasive hostility towards them is.
It's about housing, transport, benefits, pay, and the culture of work.