Demands a mother write off almost £18,000 for her children has been highlighted as yet another failure of the child maintenance system.
Department of Work and Pensions
A disabled man is facing a bill of thousands of pounds after being stuck in a St Andrews care home for 18 months, despite being fit enough to go home.
Benefits bosses have been slated by a sheriff over their “car crash” preparation of a criminal court case.
An alleged benefits cheat who claimed she struggled to walk 100m was secretly filmed after being seen running 5k races, the head of the investigation team told a trial yesterday.
A Dundee man has been left penniless until September — because he applied for benefits too early.
A Glenrothes woman has been ordered to perform 150 hours of unpaid work after wrongly claiming more than £25,000 in disability benefits.
Some 22,730 children in Tayside and Fife are part of families in which no one in the household works.
Fife MP Douglas Chapman has “uncovered some alarming facts” about the way the UK Government is handling complaints from WASPI women.
Concerns have been raised over how the BBC will cope when it begins funding free TV licences for the over-75s.
A Kelty mum has told how the controversial Universal Credit benefit plunged her into more than £1,000 of debt after she was forced to wait five weeks for the first payment.