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Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 06 November 2017
Liverpool Echo
Around 400 families are reported to be missing out on around £50 a week because the Conservatives are refusing to pay their full benefits, according to Birkenhead MP Frank Field.
Article - Published in Sunday Express - 05 November 2017
Daily Express
Frank Field said his proposals would minimise the chances of the Bill, designed to smooth the UK's exit from the European Union being derailed. Today he has issued a call for voters to write to their MPs asking them to support what he calls his "slimline Brexit Bill".
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 30 October 2017
Liverpool Echo
Devolved authorities in Northern Ireland and Scotland have already negotiated a similar arrangement and now Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram and Birkenhead MP Frank Field have called on the Government to do the same for families in the Liverpool City Region.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 27 October 2017
Wirral Globe
More than 9,250 people signed the petition, which was handed over to the hospital's chief executive David Allison by Birkenhead MP Frank Field during a meeting this morning.
Article - Published in Sky News - 26 October 2017
Sky News
A cross-party group of MPs is demanding ministers cut a "cruel" waiting period for first benefit payments.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 26 October 2017
Guardian
The committee’s chair, the Labour MP Frank Field, said the waiting period was cruel and no minister had been able to give adequate justification.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 26 October 2017
Mirror
The chair Frank Field MP described the six-week wait as 'cruel'
Article - Published in BBC News - 26 October 2017
BBC News
Work and pensions committee chairman Frank Field said the waiting period for the first payment was "cruel".
Article - Published in Mail On Sunday - 23 October 2017
Daily Mail
With Brexit negotiations in Brussels reaching a crunch point in the next few weeks, the last thing Theresa May needs is a political crisis on the home front. But that is exactly what confronts her in the shape of the Universal Credit welfare reform.
Article - Published in The House - 20 October 2017
House magazine
Labour MP Frank Field sets out his plan to slim down the EU withdrawal bill - and prevent the wolves in sheep's clothing from frustrating Brexit
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