Frank Field MP
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Press Release - 28 February 2017
Commons Chamber
“I very much welcome this out-of-court settlement which is an important milestone in gaining the justice for BHS pensioners and former workers that we have been pushing for since beginning our inquiry into the downfall of BHS.”
Article - Published in City AM - 27 February 2017
Commons Chamber
The plans emerged as part of the government's response to a report from the Work and Pensions Select Committee, which calls on ministers to provide more support to ex-offenders.
Article - Published in BBC News - 27 February 2017
BBC News
More than 12,000 operational ration packs (ORPs) were thrown away between April and December - more than in the previous 12 months. Frank Field wants these surplus packs to feed the UK's homeless population.
Article - Published in Sunday Express - 26 February 2017
Daily Express
In creating a new Social Highway Code and then putting it into practice our society might just manage to U-turn away from its present path toward the crudeness and barbarism that marked much of Britain’s early history.
Article - Published in Sky News - 23 February 2017
Sky News
An inquiry is under way into the numbers of British children going hungry in holidays when they cannot access free school meals
Article - Published in The Spectator - 23 February 2017
Spectator
Life in Britain has become much cruder, meaner and more spiteful practically everywhere. It can be seen in people’s behaviour on the street; in those abominable neighbours from hell; in companies piling up the profits with no care whatsoever for the degree to which they are sweating their workers on terms that, until quite recently, would have been unimaginable.
Press Release - 21 February 2017
Food bank
The Group will gather oral and written evidence over the next six weeks to try and gain a deeper understanding of the scale of the problem, its impact on children’s mental, physical, and academic development, as well as proposals for responding most effectively to it.
Article - Published in The Independent - 19 February 2017
Indy
A trial of a ‘yellow card’ early warning system helped hundreds avoid a loss of benefits – but the Government has not agreed to extending it across the country
Press Release - 17 February 2017
Commons Chamber
The Church is today presented with a plan to re-establish its guiding role, with the help of all the major world religions and Humanism, in the everyday lives of British citizens.
Lecture - 16 February 2017
Commons Chamber
Hensley Henson Lecture, Durham University
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