Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in The Guardian - 04 April 2017
Guardian
Frank Field wants ministers to explain why policy will save £100m a year despite pledge not to slash funding for parents
- 03 April 2017
His Church
Projects providing free meals and fun for children in the North End, Rock Ferry, and Tranmere
Press Release - 14 March 2017
His Church
The products were collected at an event held last Friday in Hamilton Square which was organised by Feeding Birkenhead and His Church.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 13 March 2017
Wirral Globe
BIRKENHEAD MP Frank Field is leading an investigation into workers' pensions following the sale of Vauxhall to PSA Peugeot Citroën.
Article - Published in The Independent - 12 March 2017
Indy
The Government has also refused to extend entitlement to couples who were not married but who had children together – missing an opportunity to modernise the benefit and make it fit for today’s society
Article - Published in The Guardian - 09 March 2017
Guardian
Following Frank's campaign, Ministers have agreed to scrap controversial new rules restricting MPs from intervening on behalf of individual constituents to resolve problems with benefit payments.
- Published in The Times - 09 March 2017
The Times
Recent polling found that while 42 per cent of voters would support an increase in tax to pay for a larger NHS budget, this figure climbed to 53 per cent once voters were asked about an increase in national insurance contributions.
Article - Published in The Times - 08 March 2017
The Times
Frank Field has written to Rob Assinder, chairman of the GM(UK) pension trustees to know what role they played.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 06 March 2017
Guardian
Frank Field said: “It almost looks as though some companies are now engaged in a bidding war, to see who can slap the biggest penalty on workers who are sick. Again it goes to show how badly we need a national minimum level of decency to be enforced in the gig economy, alongside a national living wage, so that workers aren’t ripped off by the companies they work with.”
Article - Published in The Guardian - 04 March 2017
Guardian
Frank Field attacks rule that says politicians cannot discuss individual cases with DWP unless clients have given explicit consent online
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