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Press Release - 24 June 2019
Food bank
Birkenhead’s MP Frank Field is seeking an immediate increase in Government funding for Merseyside Police, on the back of data from the House of Commons Library showing that, between 2010 and 2018: - The number of full time equivalent (FTE) police officers employed by Merseyside Police decreased by 24.5%; from 4,516, to 3,409. The average decrease across England and Wales was 14.8%. - The number of reported crimes in Merseyside increased by 25%. The increases ranged from 50% in Wirral, to 34% in Halton, 26% in St Helens, 22% in Liverpool, 21% in Sefton, and 12% in Knowsley.
Article - Published in Church Times - 21 June 2019
Church Times
Shortfall in number of affordable houses built on church land
Press Release - 21 June 2019
Commons Chamber
In the next stage of his campaign to boost manufacturing in Merseyside, Birkenhead’s MP Frank Field is encouraging small and medium sized firms to sign up for new specialist support being rolled out across the North West.
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 19 June 2019
Liverpool Echo
Secretary of State accused of treating tragic Liverpool man like 'a lost package' after internal review
Article - Published in Financial Times - 19 June 2019
FT
FCA under pressure from MPs over guidance ‘not of an acceptable standard’
Press Release - 19 June 2019
Food bank
Frank asked for this data after helping an Oxton resident, who was served an ASBO for failing to cut back three trees in his garden to such a height that they would have died. On the back of the data supplied by the Council, he is asking them to enforce a policy of reforestation.
Press Release - 18 June 2019
Hotline
Birkenhead residents seeking urgent help can now access free hotlines in different locations across the town.
Press Release - 17 June 2019
Commons Chamber
Frank has offered trees provided by the Woodland Trust to over 100 archdeacons and area deans so they can link a local church to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy.
Article - Published in The House Magazine - 13 June 2019
House magazine
The Prime Minister’s announcement on tackling modern slavery is a welcome start – but if we are to truly end this evil we must act decisively, writes Frank Field
- 13 June 2019
Commons Chamber
Joint letter to the Work and Pensions Secretary, Amber Rudd MP
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