Universal Credit staff taped making disgusting comments about claimants

Six-year-old boy forgets most of his life after developing rare form of dementia

Activists combine to offer PIP assessment recording kits

Half a million over-75s with dementia will have to pay for TV licences – study

Mystery over sudden leap in number of disabled people working at DWP

The roar No. 10 can’t ignore: Petition to end the dementia care scandal signed by an astonishing 356,000 readers is delivered to Downing Street – so will the Prime Minister now deliver on his promise?

CPS concern over huge drop in police disability hate crime cases

Dementia poses threat to health similar to HIV and Aids, summit told

Equality watchdog ‘considering action’ on benefits discrimination

I had a visit from my benefits assessor – and now I fear the state more than poverty

Cabinet minister admits ‘no consensus’ on social care, despite Johnson’s pledge

Dame Barbara Windsor’s ‘memory comes back’ when she sings but needs 24 hour care