Frank Field MP
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Previous Campaigns
King James Bible Trust
Celebrating the 400th anniversary of 'The Book That Changed The World'
Poverty and Life Changes
In 2010 Frank chaired the Review, reporting to the Prime Minister
Balanced Migration
Cross Party Group on Balanced Migration
Promoting the vital importance of the foundation years
Building a 'something for something' welfare state
Campaigning against the unfair Bedroom Tax and unworkable Universal Credit
Campaigning to get a Living Wage paid by firms to employees in public and private sector jobs
Cash Machine Charges
Campaign for More Free Cash Machines in Deprived Areas
Liverpool City Region Child Poverty and Life Chanc
Seeking sustainable solutions to child and family poverty
Cool Earth
Protecting rainforests to help combat climate change
Investigating the root causes behind hunger and demand for food banks
In 2013, then-Home Secretary, Theresa May, asked Frank to lead an evidence review for the proposed Modern Slavery Bill
In 2014, Frank was selected to chair the Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on the Government's Draft Modern Slavery Bill
Rip-Off Britain
Frank is campaigning against a series of rip-off charges facing ordinary people, and which add to the poverty premium faced by poorer households
Supporting cathedrals to establish cathedral schools in their cities
Re-establishing a social contract from the ethics of the major world religions
Preventing poor children becoming poor adults
Feeding Birkenhead
Feeding Birkenhead is a coalition of churches, community groups, and other organisations working together to eliminate hunger in Birkenhead. It was set up by Frank in December 2014 to begin implementing the recommendations published in the Feeding Britain report, published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger.
Frank is campaigning for a new deal to build a National Health and Social Care Service which meets our country's needs for the next generation.
The part you can play in halting the march to destitution
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