Will the poorer get poorer after the benefit changes announced by George Osborne? Darshna Soni meets a single mum with eight children, who is worried she could be evicted because of the welfare cap.
Flares, placards, whistles and a few celebrities - the streets of London are filled with protesters calling for an end to the government's austerity cuts.
The surge in support for the radical left Podemos party in Spain's regional elections is the latest manifestation of a spectre haunting Europe: the rise of the anti-austerity movement.
Ethelbert Road in Margate is a truly globalised community, where immigrants and local Brits live side by side. Paraic O'Brien spent a week there, exploring the tensions around immigration.
Lib Dem Danny Alexander says Conservative proposals in 2012 to cut child benefit and child tax credits, show where future cuts may come. The Conservatives say those plans were not backed by the PM.
To avoid damage to his reputation for prudence, George Osborne's pre-election budget was short on giveaways but not without political trickery.