The latest high-ranking resignation to pass through the revolving door at Westminster is Amber Rudd, the now former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
I always grew up believing that the one demographic the Conservative Party would always insulate against the high winds of hardship would be our senior citizens and that they were, in effect, the political party for the pensioner.
Jeremy Corbyn has warned that the Government is “failing a whole generation of children” who are falling victim to rising homelessness and poverty.
'Desperation' led a Dundee man to steal from a city centre toy shop on two consecutive days, the sheriff court has heard.
A terminally ill mother and grandmother with stage four ovarian cancer was left with just £6 to survive after being told she did not qualify for the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) she was already receiving.
Parents are having to find up to £800 extra to cover the cost of childcare over the summer holidays, new analysis suggests.
Imagine this: It is that point in the month when your income is due to drop into your bank account.
Older trades workers left unemployed as a result of a number of firms going bust in Dundee are to take part in a Jobcentre initiative teaching digital skills.
Referrals to Dundee’s largest foodbank operator have increased by more than 55% in the last 12 months, with an average of 30 people given food parcels each day.
Dundee jobs market is still reeling from the collapse of construction firm McGill earlier this year, according to the latest employment statistics.
A man stole meat worth more than £150 from a supermarket.
The average amount of rent arrears recorded in Dundee among those who claim Universal Credit has fallen below that of those who do not for the first time.
A charity boss has thanked Dundonians for answering a call to help feed the city’s poor – but warned the situation is only going to get worse.
Applications to the council for help with homelessness have risen by 7%, figures show.
A criminal released early from jail on a tag got involved in drug supply ring after being told it would take two-and-a-half months before he would be given benefits by Universal Credit bosses.
The unemployment rate in Dundee has risen slightly year-on-year, according to the latest UK Government statistics.
Charities say more people across Dundee are struggling to pay their rent or mortgages.
Christmas can be a stressful time for most people – but those living on Universal Credit are facing extra financial strain at this time of year, it has been claimed.
The number of people in Dundee who claim work–related benefits is starting to stabilise following the rollout of Universal Credit (UC).
Universal Credit problems are driving an increase in the number of emergency parcels handed out at food banks in Dundee, a charity has claimed.