Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in Huffington Post - 22 November 2016
Huff Post
The NHS is the one institution created by the Attlee Government to which the British public still feel an unbreakable bond. And yet the bonds that keep the NHS itself intact are at breaking point.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 21 November 2016
Labour MP Frank Field, the chair of the work and pensions select committee, asked the Health and Safety Executive to investigate after Hermes, which delivers parcels for retailers including John Lewis and Next, made the request to about 5,000 couriers. If they agree, some could work 20 days without a break starting from Monday. Black Friday is on 25 November.
Article - Published in The Independent - 21 November 2016
The proposal to penalise older people in social housing who 'underoccupy' their homes - revealed by The Independent – will be delayed by one year
Article - Published in The Sun - 17 November 2016
Rip-Off Britain
Veteran campaigner and Labour MP, Frank Field, has written to PM saying the striking move would be a powerful way to fulfil her pledge to help Britain’s struggling
Article - Published in The Guardian - 16 November 2016
Frank Field asks HMRC to look into ‘racket’ of recruitment agencies’ tax arrangements and recoup any lost revenues
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 15 November 2016
Labour MP Frank Field asked Sports Minister Tracey Crouch about extending full living wage accreditation to all club staff.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 14 November 2016
MP Frank Field calls for five-day target to process applications, saying too many being left for too long without support
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 08 November 2016
Liverpool Echo
Frank Field releases figures showing hundreds more having to wait over four hours
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 25 October 2016
Liverpool Echo
Frank Field said Feeding Birkenhead had allowed parents to access free meals and activities including cookery, sports and arts, at a time when they were facing a “barrage of additional costs”.
Article - Published in The Round Table - 24 October 2016
Commons Chamber
The referendum result has now handed Britain an historic opportunity to craft a new system of free trade, both with Europe and with the rest of the world.
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