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Banks' premium rate phone charges banned
Article - Published in The Sun - 12 April 2014
On a request from Frank, the Financial Conduct Authority has now launched a probe into the rip off lines.
MP to battle for 400 Birkenhead jobs
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 11 April 2014
Frank Field ready for 'big fight' over Land Registry changes
Frank delivers Speaker's Lecture on Parliament and Social Policy
Lecture - 08 April 2014
Frank delivers a lecture on Parliament and Social Policy in the State Apartments of the Palace of Westminster, from Tuesday 8 April.
Parliamentary Joint Select Committee on Modern Slavery Bill urges victim focus
Article - 08 April 2014
In a report published today, Tuesday 8th April 2014, the Committee charged with scrutinising the UK’s proposed new anti-slavery laws says the law must be simplified and strengthened, and the focus of the legislation must shift to the victims of slavery: changes that are “morally right and fundamental to effective prosecution”.
Embracing the contributory principle for public services is how Labour’s offer can be big, bold and affordable
Article - Published in Labour Uncut - 07 April 2014
Could Field facilitate a grand bargain between Balls and Burnham? Could Burnham have his health and social care integration if Balls’ demand for affordability is secured by Field’s NHS mutualisation?
Bedroom Tax has cost an extra £1 million in Merseyside
Press Release - 07 April 2014
In answer to Frank’s parliamentary question, the Government admitted that councils across the country applied for an extra £12.9 million in 2013-14 to cover Discretionary Housing Payments (DHP), which are means-tested payments that provide temporary help to families struggling to pay their rent.
Mersey councils need £5m to help shortfall in bedroom tax rents
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 07 April 2014
Frank said the latest data released, showing an extra £1,074,000 had been applied for by Liverpool, Sefton, Wirral, Knowsley, St Helens and Halton councils, proved even the government had to recognise the bedroom tax was not working.
Bedroom tax has cost an extra £1 million in Merseyside, says Frank Field
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 07 April 2014
Birkenhead’s MP has obtained figures showing Merseyside needed an extra £1m in Government funding this year to cover part of the costs of housing benefit reforms – on top of an initial grant of £4.2m.
Council leaders, MPs and union chiefs gather in Wirral for 'Living Wage' summit
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 04 April 2014
Frank will be leading a discussion on current national and regional strategies.
Rip-Off Britain - Victory number 2
Article - Published in The Sun - 04 April 2014
Frank tells The Sun, “My expectation is that we’ll finally see a price war benefiting part of the market that has simply been neglected for too long.”
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