There is no excuse for a lack of understanding about the effects of DWP policy decisions, the benefits freeze has contributed to increased homelessness, child poverty, reliance on food banks and general suffering, writes Baroness Lister.
It is clear that the government are doing nothing to assess the impact of the no recourse to public funds (NRPF) policy on children, says Baroness Lister.
The UN Rapporteur has held up a revealing mirror to British society, says Baroness Lister.
Ahead of her Lord's question on the impact of the benefit cap on child and family wellbeing, Baroness Lister writes about the topic for PoliticsHome.
Ahead of today's third reading of the Immigration Bill, Baroness Lister calls for the Home Office and DWP must work together to prevent refugees granted asylum from destitution due to ‘move-on’ issues.