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Article - Published in Financial Times - 18 January 2016
FT
Frank Field, a former Labour minister for welfare reform and head of the Commons work and pensions select committee, said those unable to find jobs under the government’s Work Programme — generally those over 50 or disabled — should have the payment-by-results system weighted in their favour.
Article - Published in The Sun on Sunday - 17 January 2016
Rip-Off Britain
EXCLUSIVE: Labour MP Frank Field says study highlights Tory employment failures
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 15 January 2016
Mirror
The authorities are failing to keep tabs on why claimants have disappeared from the roll meaning it has no idea how many people are being left penniless, according to Frank Field.
Article - Published in Daily Telegraph - 15 January 2016
Telegraph
Frank Field, chairman of the work and pensions select committee, said: “Such disturbing figures inevitably raise the question of whether politicians have set today’s strivers on the road to poverty in later life.”
Article - Published in BBC News - 15 January 2016
BBC News
Frank Field says a government survey is needed to track the whereabouts of those dropping off the welfare roll.
Article - Published in BBC News - 15 January 2016
BBC News
Frank Field says a government survey is needed to track the whereabouts of those dropping off the welfare roll.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 15 January 2016
Liverpool Echo
Mersey MP demands answers from housing association over repairs
Article - Published in Daily Telegraph - 14 January 2016
Telegraph
Frank Field, the Labour MP in charge of the committee, accused the government of ducking "fundamental questions" about the levels of income afforded to young people on benefits compared to pensioners who also get state handouts.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 14 January 2016
Wirral Globe
BIRKENHEAD MP Frank Field is calling for a housing association to take urgent action after concerns were raised about the 'poor' state of some homes in his constituency.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 14 January 2016
Mirror
The chair of the committee, Frank Field, said: "Is it fair and affordable to divert a large and growing sum of public expenditure toward pensioners – regardless of their circumstances – while mainly poor families with children face year-on-year restrictions on their income? Can the ‘triple lock’ pension increase pledge be sustainable? Or are these policies necessary to guard against pensioner poverty?
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