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Article - Published in The Guardian - 30 August 2017
Guardian
The veteran Labour MP Frank Field, who is chair of the all-party parliamentary group (APPG) on hunger, will present the bill on the first day back from summer recess. It would place a legal duty on local authorities to ensure the provision of free meals and activities.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 24 August 2017
Guardian
Frank Field MP’s recent report into the UK’s delivery sector demanded ‘emergency government intervention’ to protect self-employed workers from exploitation. This is the story behind that investigation
Article - Published in Financial Times - 23 August 2017
FT
Frank Field, who chairs the House of Commons work and pensions committee, has written to ministers, the Pensions Regulator and the trustees of the Universities Superannuation Scheme seeking answers to why the fund’s finances had deteriorated so sharply.
Article - Published in Metro - 22 August 2017
Metro Newspaper
Labour’s Frank Field was referring to Sir Philip Green, who owned the high street chain for 15 years before selling it to serial bankrupt Dominic Chappell for £1 in 2015.
Article - Published in The i - 21 August 2017
Indy
Frank Field has called for a review of the operation of benefits, including the new universal credit, to prevent claimants being unintentionally forced into poverty.
Article - Published in Times Educational Supplement - 18 August 2017
Commons Chamber
As students digest their A-level results, they should think twice about whether to study for a degree, argues MP Frank Field
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 18 August 2017
Wirral Globe
BIRKENHEAD MP Frank Field is launching a campaign on behalf of hard-up parents whose families are stretched to breaking point by the different holiday timetables chosen by schools in Wirral
- Published in The Guardian - 11 August 2017
Guardian
Trade union activism has set off a domino effect against bogus self-employment in the gig economy. A swift legislative response to the Taylor review is now required to effect wholesale change that produces strong upward pressure on wages. A crucial test here will be to extend the protection of the national minimum wage to those who are wrongly labelled “self-employed”.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 09 August 2017
Wirral Globe
POLICE squads across Merseyside have stepped up their efforts in recent months to prevent the theft of motorbikes by thugs who then use them to wreak havoc on our streets. Yet in Wirral the problem remains very much alive and kicking – half a dozen incidents have been taken up by my office in the past couple of months alone.
- Published in Financial Times - 02 August 2017
FT
The key is not to keep setting deadlines - i.e. three years for this and three years for something else - but working out an agreement that is best for Britain, whatever the timetable.
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