Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in Financial Times - 17 October 2014
Frank talks with the Financial Times about social mobility and the working class
Article - Published in The Guardian - 15 October 2014
Frank Field voices concern that Miliband showed no interest in radical action at parliamentary Labour party meeting
Article - Published in The Independent - 09 October 2014
Frank Field said that the party needed to go much further if it was to stand a chance of winning the election, arguing that it needs to increase National Insurance contributions by 1 per cent.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 01 October 2014
Wirral Globe
Birkenhead's MP will be "sending a powerful message to his constituents about the importance of non-violence towards all living beings" by going vegan for Gandhi's birthday.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 30 September 2014
Liverpool Echo
Birkenhead MP believes plan means more pain for poorer households
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 29 September 2014
Liverpool Echo
Labour politician says impact of yobs on ordinary people in his constituency is like that of 'low level terrorism'
Article - Published in The Independent - 29 September 2014
Frank has uncovered figures showing that 280,000 newly unemployed claimants are expected to experience hardship, following new waiting days policy.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 26 September 2014
Liverpool Echo
Wirral council leader Phil Davies and Birkenhead MP Frank Field take up fight against gangs
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 26 September 2014
Wirral Globe
THE GLOBE is backing a new campaign aimed at ending a reign of terror by gangs of yobs in Birkenhead. The town’s MP and council leader are urging those responsible for tackling anti-social behaviour to “up their game significantly” after a series of violent incidents reported in the Globe.
Article - Published in Labour Uncut - 25 September 2014
Labour Uncut
In the first of an occasional series of Uncut posts that look at the policies and political positioning needed to win the next election, today we are looking at the NHS. Here, Frank Field sets out the policy case for a radical restructuring of how the NHS is funded.
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