Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in The Sun - 01 April 2014
Rip-Off Britain
Frank's campaign wins an early victory but reveals more rip-offs that hit the poorest hardest
Article - Published in The Sun - 31 March 2014
Rip-Off Britain
Frank campaigns in The Sun to get fair deals for Britain's poorest households
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 24 March 2014
Wirral Globe
Frank Field is demanding Government action to provide comfort for 6,000 children in Birkenhead who are missing vital support to keep their homes warm.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 17 March 2014
Universal Jobmatch set to be jettisoned after Frank found it was carrying a series of fake, repeat or fraudulent jobs ads
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 11 March 2014
Wirral Globe
Birkenhead MP Frank Field and the leader of Wirral Council, Cllr Phil Davies, have launched a strategy in the hope of boosting the earnings of low paid workers in the north west.
Article - Published in The Tablet - 08 March 2014
Politicians have spent years arguing about welfare and all the time the public's support has waned. Here, experts on poverty and social security argue that only abandoning a means-tested system and recreating a contributory one will work
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 06 March 2014
Wirral Globe
AN investigation by Birkenhead MP Frank Field has revealed more than a third of a million jobs advertised on the Government’s “Universal Jobmatch” website could be bogus or unlawful.
Article - Published in Huffington Post - 06 March 2014
Huff Post
Labour MP Frank Field has asked the National Audit Office to launch a probe into the scale of job fraud on the DWP's Universal Jobmatch site, which all jobseeker's allowance claimants are forced to use to look for work and must apply for a minimum number of jobs each week.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 06 March 2014
Labour MP Frank Field, who unearthed the figures, said some jobseekers were being asked to pay £65 for criminal checks.
Article - Published in The Independent - 06 March 2014
Labour MP Frank Field, who obtained the figures, has asked the National Audit Office to investigate. He said: “The heart of the government’s welfare reform programme is bedevilled with fraud and, in its current state, it is out of control."
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