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Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 19 September 2014
INFLUENTIAL Wirral MP Frank Field has railed against “outrageous charges” being levied on some of the borough’s poorest residents who wish to appeal a benefit decision.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 18 September 2014
Birkenhead MP says main party pledges to Scots will put MPs seats at risk
Article - Published in The Observer - 15 September 2014
Frank says he fears the Tories might trump Labour by announcing their own National Insurance funding plan for the NHS, and then tear into Labour for being irresponsible, promising to safeguard services without any detailed programme of how to pay for them.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 10 September 2014
Frank has called for two Wirral health chiefs to “step aside” while the organisation is rebuilt following a critical review into its leadership and performance.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 10 September 2014
Frank says he wants the chair and the CCO to stay away until the CCG is re-built, and added: “This vindicates the move I made calling for an inquiry which shows the huge handicap under which our CCG has been operating since the word go.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 08 September 2014
Frank has pledged to ensure veterans in his constituency are not alone in their battle with blindness by supporting a charity's new campaign.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 03 September 2014
Frank was speaking during a House of Commons debate on the issue
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 29 August 2014
Frank is calling on the Government to "get serious" about its target for cutting the rate of persistent child poverty in Merseyside.
Article - Published in The Daily Mail - 28 August 2014
Frank says, ‘Anyone up in court and found guilty should be deported. Why should we put up with people who are breaking our laws?’
Article - Published in The Northern Echo - 28 August 2014
An alarming divide in the numbers of eligible youngsters not receiving free healthy dinners has emerged during a parliamentary inquiry into hunger and poverty. Now that inquiry is exploring whether struggling families in wealthier areas are less likely to claim the meals because of a fear of being stigmatised.