Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in Evening Standard - 19 October 2016
Evening Standard
I’ll be meeting Sadiq Khan in a few weeks’ time to issue a clear challenge: will he become the world’s first mayor to deliver a hunger-free city?
Press Release - 17 October 2016
Food bank
Frank welcomes two moves being made by HMRC to cut significantly the chances of families on low incomes being left short of money to buy food. The moves follow his campaign which revealed the impact of some of the department’s administrative processes on the need for food banks in this country.
Press Release - 17 October 2016
Cammell Laird
Frank was speaking at the Keel Laying Ceremony of the RRS Sir David Attenborough at Cammell Laird
Press Release - 12 October 2016
Food bank
With Birkenhead and Wirral families facing increased poverty from the Government’s introduction of a lower Benefit Cap, Birkenhead’s MP Frank Field has written to the Leader of Wirral Council, Phil Davies, with two immediate proposals to help such families.
Article - Published in Daily Mail - 12 October 2016
Daily Mail
Labour MP Frank Field welcomed the review but urged Mrs May to practise what she preaches and begin by rooting out poor pay and insecure contracts in Government departments.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 11 October 2016
Liverpool Echo
Birkenhead MP Frank Field , who had written to Everton FC to ask about its plans for contract staff, said: “Everton have matched their good start to the new season on the field with some equally impressive work off the field.
Press Release - 11 October 2016
Food bank
Everton Football Club have confirmed in response to Frank's request that they are in talks to deliver a pay rise for the lowest paid workers at Goodison Park.
Article - Published in BBC News - 11 October 2016
BBC News
Frank Field backs tougher legislation, but says the regulator needs to up its game.
Article - Published in The Independent - 01 October 2016
It has been condemned by Labour MP Frank Field, who told The Independent: “Having previously been protected from the viciousness of the bedroom tax, large numbers of poor pensioners now look set to have their living standards cut by the Government’s new strategy. “My fear is that the great success over the past two decades in countering pensioner poverty could begin to unravel if this stealthy strategy goes ahead in its current form.”
Article - Published in The Guardian - 28 September 2016
Frank Field, the Labour chairman of the House of Commons work and pensions select committee, said the lack of prosecutions showed the government is letting law breaking employers off the hook.
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