Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in Mail On Sunday - 23 October 2017
Daily Mail
With Brexit negotiations in Brussels reaching a crunch point in the next few weeks, the last thing Theresa May needs is a political crisis on the home front. But that is exactly what confronts her in the shape of the Universal Credit welfare reform.
Article - Published in The House - 20 October 2017
House magazine
Labour MP Frank Field sets out his plan to slim down the EU withdrawal bill - and prevent the wolves in sheep's clothing from frustrating Brexit
Press Release - 18 October 2017
Food bank
In addition to the regular activities in North Birkenhead and Rock Ferry, The Hive will be contributing for the first time to the Feeding Birkenhead half term programme. Meals will also be available from the Salvation Army in Rock Ferry, and the Charing Cross Methodist Church.
Press Release - 16 October 2017
Commons Chamber
A challenge is presented to Britain’s mutual organisations today by Frank Field MP, to meet the public’s wishes for utility markets to be brought back into common ownership.
Article - Published in The Sunday Times - 15 October 2017
Sunday Times
Frank Field, who chairs the Commons work and pensions committee, said it was uncertain whether the joint venture — which will be Europe’s second-biggest steel maker — will honour the terms of the scheme.
Article - Published in The Mail on Sunday - 15 October 2017
Daily Mail
Frank Field, who investigated the collapse of BHS, has written to the regulator. Field highlights a pension deficit of Northern & Shell Media Group’s scheme
Article - Published in The Times - 12 October 2017
The Times
Pension deal leaves staff vulnerable, warns Labour MP
Article - Published in The Guardian - 12 October 2017
The chair of the Commons work and pensions committee, Frank Field MP, called for the universal credit helpline to be moved to an 0800 number. “The country will be flabbergasted that people without any money at all should be expected to pay for a call to try and gain some help,” he said. The government needed to “iron out difficulties with telephone costs before they blast the poor to bits”.
Article - Published in The Sun - 11 October 2017
Rip-Off Britain
Labour campaigner Frank Field MP said: “You couldn’t dream up a better way of kicking the poor into destitution.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 11 October 2017
Frank Field reacts to report that airline owner Greybull Capital could collect ‘bumper profit’ while workers lose out
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