Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in The Times - 08 January 2018
The Times
Frank Field said that he would add it to a wider investigation by the parliamentary committee into companies that leave big holes in their pension pots before having to be rescued.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 21 December 2017
Wirral Globe
In October after a Globe petition backed by almost 10,000 readers, and delivered by Frank Field MP, David Allison agreed to review charging staff members £10 to park at Arrowe Park Hospital.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 18 December 2017
Frank Field, whose story of a hungry constituent moved Heidi Allen to tears, says he is seeing destitution, not poverty
Press Release - 15 December 2017
Commons Chamber
'The Church made a major error on George Bell. The same authorities have now publicly said they did. There should therefore be quiet satisfaction and pride that a body so important can publicly correct itself. If only this could be replicated more, we’d be a happier nation.'
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 07 December 2017
The 13 MPs who signed the letter, all from Labour, were led by Birkenhead MP Frank Field
Article - Published in The Times - 06 December 2017
The Times
Frank Field, the work and pensions select committee chairman, said that the civil servants were “unhappy” about universal credit, the scheme combining six means-tested benefits into a single payment, which has been beset by criticism that it pushes claimants into debt and arrears.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 05 December 2017
Frank Field shared the harrowing story of a local family whose young son was so hungry he chose a lunch pack over toys
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 29 November 2017
MP Frank Field, who leads the Commons Work and Pensions Committee, has written to the Prime Minister as he warned there'll be further 'guerilla war'
Article - Published in Guardian - 27 November 2017
Frank Field, the chair of the work and pensions committee, said it would be usual to receive about 100 responses, but the inquiry had been deluged by people sharing stories about being denied disability benefits or battles to keep their entitlements.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 23 November 2017
Frank Field, the Labour MP who chairs the Commons' work and pensions committee, and who has led a series of campaigns highlighting tax avoidance, said: "The budget offers the beginnings of a fightback against some of the most egregious and morally bankrupt methods of tax avoidance exposed by our campaign. But taxpayers will expect a whole series of additional steps to follow, if this mega injustice is to be countered for good."
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