Frank Field MP
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Press Releases

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Press Release - 05 March 2018
Commons Chamber
‘At last we have a proper soul-searching report on Arrowe Park which has been many a year coming. I’ve been campaigning for years for root and branch reform at the hospital.'
Press Release - Published in The Independent - 04 March 2018
The stance has been condemned by Frank Field, the chairman of the Commons Work and Pensions Committee, who highlighted the appalling distress that sanctions are still causing.
Press Release - 14 February 2018
Food bank
Free meals and activities for children in the North End, Prenton, Tranmere, and Rock Ferry, between Monday 19th and Friday 23rd February 2018
Press Release - 07 February 2018
Commons Chamber
The Government has today published its response to the Taylor Review of modern employment. That Review was commissioned by the Prime Minister on the back of Frank's report, Wild West Workplace: self-employment and the gig economy, published in September 2016.
Press Release - 06 February 2018
Food bank
The Government’s planned cuts to school budgets in the Liverpool City Region are disproportionately concentrated on the poorest areas. This is the major outcome of a review of the latest Government announcement on school funding that purported to protect schools in the poorest areas.
Press Release - 02 February 2018
Commons Chamber
Frank Field MP announces an inquiry into long-term support for survivors of modern slavery, with a call for written evidence and case studies.
Press Release - 29 January 2018
Commons Chamber
In December 2017, 2,369 patients – 21.6% of all patients who arrived at A&E that month – waited longer than four hours before being admitted, transferred or discharged.
Press Release - 22 January 2018
Food bank
A cross-party group of MPs and Peers today issues a rallying call to the Government, to look more closely at the problem of malnutrition in the elderly which is set to cost the NHS and social care £15.7 billion a year by 2030.
Press Release - 19 January 2018
Commons Chamber
'Today marks the biggest move in over 100 years by a government specifically committing itself to a programme of work to eliminate child hunger. There's much more work to be done now through the government's pilot schemes and research, but a major step has been taken today to end hunger as we have known it in the school holidays and, in so doing, massively to improve the educational prospects of disadvantaged children.'
Press Release - Published in The Guardian - 19 January 2018
Regulators and pension schemes under scrutiny from MPs investigating £900m deficit
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