We’ve come to expect it from some, but when even landlords with a social purpose are thinking twice about who they allow as tenants we know a change is needed.
Tag Archives: welfare reform
The coalition needs to “own up to the role it’s playing” in the growth of food banks, a new report says.
Nine months on from the implementation of the bedroom tax, Gloria Roberts looks at the impact it’s had so far.
A Bristol woman who suffered severe pain due to slipped discs in her back and neck has taken her own life after having her benefits stopped.
Rising sanctions will mean ministers blow the trumpet – but we could be forcing people through the safety net
Tom MacInnes of the New Policy Institute looks at the number of sanctions imposed on recipients of Jobseeker’s Allowance.
As someone who joined the Labour Party under John Major’s period as Prime Minister, I find it odd to agree with his comments on Iain Duncan Smith’s welfare reforms.