Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in The Sun - 04 March 2016
Rip-Off Britain
Frank Field is leading a cross-party proposal for a fairer deal for prepayment meter customers by stripping down energy companies’ extra charges.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 23 February 2016
Guardian
It’s time for a Bevan-type reform of health finances – the public would make greater NI contributions into a ringfenced mutual organisation to secure the NHS’s future
Article - Published in The Daily Telegraph - 23 February 2016
Telegraph
Poverty hits too many families when one parent can't work, so the new welfare state must work with the best side of human instinct
Article - Published in The Observer - 21 February 2016
Observer
Frank Field, chairman of the all-party work and pensions select committee, said that while the broad thrust of the reforms was to be welcomed, his committee would hold inquiries into claims of unfairness.
- Published in The Times - 19 February 2016
The Times
Surely it is now time for the government to look at the different routes into a gambling addiction, for instance, the mega advertising campaigns and online activities, and then act to curb them.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 19 February 2016
Mirror
The DWP swiftly removed the adverts, posted by external firms, after the Mirror alerted officials to them yesterday. But other jobs in Dubai have popped up since - and Labour MP Frank Field, who carried out the research, says they are just a few examples among many.
Press Release - 19 February 2016
Commons Chamber
The Government has failed to secure the key renegotiation requirement, namely, that we should regain control of our borders. I shall therefore be campaigning to leave the EU.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 17 February 2016
Liverpool Echo
MP Frank Field aims to see an end to hunger in Merseyside's classrooms as he reveals help for this half term
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 17 February 2016
Mirror
Frank Field, chair of the Commons work and pensions committee, said: “There is something really disturbing about the idea of people on their uppers having to incur a hefty phone bill just to talk to somebody about their benefit claim.”
Press Release - 17 February 2016
Food bank
The Liverpool City Region Child Poverty and Life Chances Commission, chaired by Frank Field MP, today reveals that 4,000 more children in Merseyside will be affected by the household benefit cap when it is lowered from £26,000 to £20,000 in April. This represents a more than trebling of the 1,556 children who are currently affected.
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