Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in The Independent - 24 April 2014
Indy
Frank Field called for a rise in national insurance under a Labour government to fund the growing cost of the NHS - or else risk it falling into chaos and decline.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 23 April 2014
Guardian
After much digging by Labour's Frank Field, we hear allegations that desperate job applicants were each relieved of £65 by an apparently bogus employer working through the government site.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 23 April 2014
Wirral Globe
Frank says national Inquiry wants to look at the deep-seated causes of hunger and examine what other forms of help there are for people living in food poverty
Article - Published in The Observer - 22 April 2014
Observer
Drastic action needed to keep NHS in anything like its current form, says Frank Field, as elderly care costs rise
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 18 April 2014
Liverpool Echo
Frank pushes for a debate on Universal Jobmatch
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 16 April 2014
Wirral Globe
The All-Party Parliamentary inquiry – due to hold its first regional session in Birkenhead on May 23 – will investigate underlying causes driving the rising demand for food aid.
Article - Published in The Sun - 12 April 2014
Rip-Off Britain
On a request from Frank, the Financial Conduct Authority has now launched a probe into the rip off lines.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 11 April 2014
Liverpool Echo
Frank Field ready for 'big fight' over Land Registry changes
Article - 08 April 2014
FF slavery
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”.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 07 April 2014
Liverpool Echo
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.
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