Frank Field MP
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Press Release - 06 November 2019
Food bank
I am not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election.
- Published in The House - 28 October 2019
House magazine
Welfare claimants are resorting to prostitution as a result of a system that is pushing them further into poverty, writes Frank Field MP
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 28 October 2019
Liverpool Echo
Two Merseyside men suffering with awful conditions were turned down for support
Press Release - 28 October 2019
Food bank
Where to access free meals and activities in half term
- Published in The Guardian - 24 October 2019
After completing our review of the Modern Slavery Act, which the government asked us to undertake, Maria Miller MP, Baroness Butler-Sloss and I have gone on to conduct an inquiry into trafficking for sexual exploitation. As part of our evidence-gathering sessions, we heard from representatives from immigration enforcement and Border Force teams. What they told us was shocking and leads me to believe that our country risks cases like the awful tragedy of the lorry found in Essex being far from unique
Article - Published in The Independent - 23 October 2019
The National Audit Office (NAO) said it would call on the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to reveal what information it held on the issue, after ministers refused to provide Frank Field MP with figures on the number of people in the welfare system who had taken their own lives.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 10 October 2019
Liverpool Echo
Frank Field MP blasts DWP after man in 'appalling' pain told to give back mobility car
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 07 October 2019
Liverpool Echo
Birkenhead MP Frank Field said the man was denied the crucial 'mobility element' of Personal Independence Payment (PIP) despite his serious condition.
Article - Published in The Observer - 06 October 2019
Sorry We Missed You is so remarkable. Even though I’ve been exposed to the horrors it depicts, most recently through a series of reports I co-wrote with Andrew Forsey on the gig economy, I found the film deeply shocking and moving. For the many people who’ve never come across these abuses – who don’t realise what is going on in this cruel, exposed underbelly of the labour market – I can’t imagine how they’re going to react. Ken Loach is the great champion of taking us out of our shells and forcing us to ask, of the conveniences we enjoy: “Who is actually paying for this?”
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 02 October 2019
MP Frank Field launches bill demanding equality of justice for all
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