Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in BBC News - 25 April 2017
BBC News
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger warns too many children have to survive on crisps and energy drinks when school kitchens are closed.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 25 April 2017
Guardian
Cross-party group of MPs and peers cites evidence of children existing on diets of crisps when school canteens are shut
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 25 April 2017
Liverpool Echo
Shocking report shows even grandparents go hungry to feed children
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 20 April 2017
Wirral Globe
The data has prompted fears over the accuracy of the assessments
Article - Published in Thunderer - The Times - 19 April 2017
The Times
The parties now have only days to decide on their general election manifestos. One key area will be the proposal to merge the defence and overseas aid budgets. Parties would be wise to question the wisdom of such a move.
- Published in The Times - 17 April 2017
The Times
At present, our country’s failure to prevent holiday hunger wipes out the improvements in life chances that are delivered by breakfast clubs during term time.
- 12 April 2017
Commons Chamber
Birkenhead & Tranmere’s councillors, Jean Stapleton and Phil Davies, and Labour’s next candidate for the ward, Paul Jobson, have launched a last ditch effort with Frank Field MP to prevent One Vision Housing relocating a popular live-in warden away from a housing scheme for the elderly.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 06 April 2017
Guardian
Frank Field says Uber, Deliveroo and Amazon use ‘egregious clause’ in contracts to prevent people challenging self-employed designation
Article - Published in The Independent - 06 April 2017
Indy
Speaking to The Independent, Frank Field said: "The Government has disguised these cuts as a shake-up to the system, when that is not the case. They said they weren't going to make money out of it but they are. And it will mean grieving partners – mainly women – will lose a hundred million.
- Published in The Guardian - 05 April 2017
Guardian
One way of meeting our target to spend 0.7% of GDP on overseas aid, in a way that builds support among voters who want a guarantee on the best housekeeping of their hard-earned money, would be to establish, say, a Commonwealth venture capital fund, into which that part of the 0.7% that Priti Patel has cause to believe is misspent, or fraudulently used, could be paid. This fund would then be used for job-creating investment programmes in the Commonwealth as and when the need was proved, and not arbitrarily governed by the need to spend money by the end of the financial year.
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