Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in Huffington Post - 09 October 2017
Huff Post
Coming under fire from both Labour and Tory MPs in the Commons, David Gauke was challenged by former minister Frank Field to promise that no claimant would be left without cash over the festive period - but he failed to do so.
Press Release - 09 October 2017
Food bank
Life chances commission finds that a third of childcare settings in the Liverpool City Region are missing out on vital funding of up to £300 per week for disadvantaged children. Commission announces three moves to counter low take-up
Article - Published in The Sun on Sunday - 08 October 2017
Rip-Off Britain
The Government is putting its foot on the accelerator to implement a welfare state where there is, for long periods of time, no adequate safety net
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 05 October 2017
Wirral Globe
Birkenhead MP Frank Field will personally hand deliver the petition to hospital boss David Allison in a meeting later this month.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 04 October 2017
Wirral Globe
Frank Field has written to education secretary Justine Greening to investigate and take steps to protect those on low-incomes. But he is unimpressed with her response and will be tabling questions to parliament.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 02 October 2017
Wirral Globe
We had a really good meeting last Friday, at which a number of key Birkenhead councillors relayed to senior police officers how deserted decent citizens feel when they see nothing being done about their reports of crime and antisocial behaviour.
Article - Published in Fabian Review - 26 September 2017
Fabian Society
There is a spectre haunting the centre-left in Britain. It comes from commentators who are trying to establish a consensus that we have no new ideas. May I begin the counter offensive with a starter for six?
Article - Published in City AM - 26 September 2017
City AM
In yesterday's letter, Frank Field and Rachel Reeves, chairs of the Work and Pensions and BEIS committees respectively, revealed that accusations have been made by Hermes drivers about high street brands
Press Release - 26 September 2017
Commons Chamber
The Work and Pensions Select Committee is likely to examine a whole series of options to help people with severe disabilities achieve their ambition of gaining, and keeping a job. My preference is for the national living wage to remain sacrosanct, but for employers and the state to combine their efforts into a generous support package.
Article - Published in Evening Standard - 25 September 2017
Evening Standard
TfL must give the transport app the chance to improve passenger safety and worker protection
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