Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in The House Magazine - 13 June 2019
House magazine
The Prime Minister’s announcement on tackling modern slavery is a welcome start – but if we are to truly end this evil we must act decisively, writes Frank Field
Press Release - 10 June 2019
Commons Chamber
The bill has attracted support from 30 MPs
Article - Published in Financial Times - 10 June 2019
Independent Labour MP Frank Field has written to The Pensions Regulator asking how it will ensure the Arcadia pension scheme deficit will continue to be reduced.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 27 May 2019
Wirral Globe
Frank Field has written to trust chief executive Janelle Holmes demanding urgent steps must be taken to end the harassment - which some staff say is forcing them to quit the health service.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 26 May 2019
Wirral Globe
BIRKENHEAD MP Frank Field is seeking an urgent inquiry into the effects of the two-child limit and whether it disproportionately impacts families belonging to different faith groups.
Article - Published in The Times - 24 May 2019
The Times
Frank Field has let fly a new tirade against Sir Philip Green, the embattled retail boss he doggedly pursued over the collapse of BHS, to demand that he puts up his personal fortune to guarantee the pensions of Arcadia staff.
Article - Published in Daily Mail - 23 May 2019
Daily Mail
Independent MP Frank Field, chairman of the committee, said: 'We will be asking why the pension scheme for everyone else at Lloyds isn't good enough for him, and how he therefore answers the charge that this is another example of sheer greed. A number of staff at the bank have written to us to say there is deep unease.'
Article - Published in Sky News - 22 May 2019
Sky News
Review chairman Frank Field MP said: "Modern slavery is one of humanity's greatest evils: involving human trafficking, forced labour, domestic servitude and sexual exploitation. But there are still sadly too few convictions being handed down for the new offences prosecuted under the act, and too few slavery and trafficking prevention and risk orders are in place to restrict offender activity."
Press Release - 22 May 2019
Food bank
Details of meals and activities for children during the May school holiday
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 21 May 2019
Liverpool Echo
Birkenhead MP Frank Field has taken up the case, alongside the ECHO.
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