Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in Church Times - 03 June 2016
Church Times
The Prime Minister has failed from the inside to secure any concessions that would limit the number of newcomers to this country. Compassion toward the weakest members of our society, therefore, demands that we vote to leave the EU.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 02 June 2016
Labour MP Frank Field, who obtained the figures, said he will be demanding answers from Tory ministers in Parliament.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 01 June 2016
Wirral Globe
Birkenhead MP Frank Field said the tax would be more useful if it went toward feeding the hungry.
Article - Published in Financial Times - 31 May 2016
MP Frank Field has launched an inquiry into defined benefit (DB) pensions to find “radical solutions” to the increasing pressures on retirement savings posed by rising life expectancy and stubbornly low investment returns.
Article - Published in The Times - 25 May 2016
Labour has a great incentive to give the government a punch on the nose
Article - Published in Daily Express - 21 May 2016
Daily Express
Frank Field, who backs Brexit, told voters they will deciding on the UK's "destiny" when they go to the ballot box on June 23.
Article - Published in The i - 20 May 2016
Frank Field, the chairman of the work and pensions committee, said key reasons for appointments being scrapped were staff shortages and lack of equipment to record the assessments.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 19 May 2016
Labour MP Frank Field, who commissioned the report, said: “Our early results from across Merseyside show that the Bedroom Tax has hammered a splintery wedge into hard-up families’ budgets.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 18 May 2016
The Labour MP Frank Field has come up with one suggestion. He is proposing that the Department for Work and Pensions should set up pilot projects bringing together Jobcentre Plus district managers, local authorities and local enterprise partnerships. They would be given a pot of City Deals funding tied to a specific target of boosting real earnings among people who have been helped into work, but are stuck on low pay. Under Field’s plan, case workers would help those on lower pay secure longer hours or move to higher paying jobs, either within the same company or at another in their local area.
Article - Published in The i - 29 April 2016
Under legislation proposed by the Labour former minister Frank Field, a register of the owners of every London property would be established.
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