The Liberal Democrats have called for a reform of the "bedroom tax" in a dramatic withdrawal of support for the controversial welfare reform.
Speaking to The Mirror, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander said it's time to "take stock and change our approach."
With only one in 20 of affected claimants having successfully downsized, it’s clearly time to take stock and change our approach in this particular area.
Those already in the social rented sector would only see a reduction in their housing benefit if they are offered a suitable smaller home and, crucially, turn it down.
Disabled adults should be treated in the same way as disabled children, by permanently exempting them.
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Which? and the Access to Cash Review have written to Chancellor Sajid Javid urging action.
The president of the European Commission has told MEPs he believes achieving a deal is possible but the risk of no deal is "palpable".
The legal battle in the Supreme Court features on many of Wednesday’s front pages.