Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in BBC News - 15 April 2016
BBC News
The report also sets out evidence from a small scale study in Birkenhead showing more than a fifth of pupils in some schools arrive hungry, with some complaining of "persistent hunger".
Article - Published in The Independent - 15 April 2016
Trussell Trust reveals continued rise, but a separate report estimates more than half of the emergency food aid supplied in Britain comes from independent organisations not included in the charity's figures
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 15 April 2016
MPs have found a disturbing increase in the number of children who are underweight and anaemic and urged ministers to take action
Article - Published in The Independent - 15 April 2016
"Some, maybe most, of these parents do not have sufficient income properly to feed their children,” said MP Frank Field, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger.
Article - Published in The Independent - 13 April 2016
Between March 2015 and February 2016, 154,309 people waited more than 10 days for a Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) claim to be processed, according to stats released by the Government in response to questions from the Labour MP Frank Field.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 13 April 2016
Liverpool Echo
Thousands of people face hardship says Frank Field
Press Release - 13 April 2016
Food bank
Some people, without any money, are waiting weeks on end for their first payment.
- Published in Daily Telegraph - 08 April 2016
Justice calls for Stephen Crabb, the new Work and Pensions Secretary, to compensate the cohort of women born in the early Fifties who did not receive adequate notice of the increase in their state pension age.
Press Release - 04 April 2016
Food bank
The timetable covers the two-week Spring Break holiday which got underway today. It completes a first full year in which Feeding Birkenhead, the campaign Frank helped set up to tackle hunger in the town, has pioneered the provision of free food and fun for children during the holidays.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 31 March 2016
Rising cost of basic ceremonies and lack of state support risks ‘return to miserable pauper’s funerals’, says Frank Field
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