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Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 19 April 2015
Birkenhead politician Frank Field is campaigning to save the last cross-river night bus service between Liverpool and Wirral.
Article - Published in Standpoint - 25 March 2015
'Throw away Bagehot. Pick up Sergeant. That is my advice to anyone who wishes to understand the driving force now in British politics', writes Frank in this month's Standpoint magazine.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 25 March 2015
Former welfare reform minister Frank Field, who co-chaired the Feeding Britain inquiry which last year issued a call for zero hunger in the UK, said: "Labour deserves real credit for being the first party to lay down a clear set of markers by which the success of its welfare reforms can be measured.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 24 March 2015
Jobcentre staff should not have to impose “sanctions” if people have missed an appointment because of a late bus, said Birkenhead MP Frank Field.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 23 March 2015
Labour MP Frank Field, who unearthed the figures, blasted: “At the very point in their lives when millions of people are most in need, they are being fleeced by the Government and the phone companies.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 06 March 2015
Birkenhead MP Frank Field blasted the trust, saying: “If it was a private company it would have been wound up long ago.”
Article - Published in BBC News - 06 March 2015
Birkenhead MP Frank Field said: "If the trust was a private company it would have been wound up long ago."
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 05 March 2015
Birkenhead MP says move would show party is serious about winning general election
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 04 March 2015
Frank Field said he has been contacted by several Birkenhead drivers expressing their concern about the petrol prices in the town, which, in some garages, has increased by up to ten pence per litre over the past ten days.
Article - Published in Standpoint Magazine - 25 February 2015
The word "crisis" is overused and never more so than in a long run-up to a general election. But if the next government expects it can run and finance the NHS on the existing model, then the NHS, as we know it, will cease to exist by 2020. I believe the sheer weight of circumstances will panic the government into radical reform.