Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in The i - 11 November 2017
Senior MP Frank Field said the bureaucratic blunders had left families with little to live on for long periods, forcing them into debt and relying on foodbanks.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 10 November 2017
Wirral Globe
Spearheaded by Birkenhead MP Frank Field, the latest drive by the campaign will feed 1,400 children over the remainder of the school term through breakfast clubs with some schools even allowing families to take some food home with them.
Press Release - 09 November 2017
Walter’s death robs the Wirral and the wider Merseyside region of a towering ethical socialist who devoted the whole of his life to establishing the common good. To his family I send my sincere condolences.
Article - Published in Wirral Globe - 08 November 2017
Wirral Globe
In his latest column for the Globe, campaigning Birkenhead MP Frank Field urges readers' support for Wirral Foodbank and hits out at the Government's flagship welfare reform
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 06 November 2017
Liverpool Echo
Around 400 families are reported to be missing out on around £50 a week because the Conservatives are refusing to pay their full benefits, according to Birkenhead MP Frank Field.
Press Release - 06 November 2017
Food bank
400 families across the Liverpool City Region lose out on £49 per week while the Government appeals against High Court ruling on the Benefit Cap
Article - Published in Sunday Express - 05 November 2017
Daily Express
Frank Field said his proposals would minimise the chances of the Bill, designed to smooth the UK's exit from the European Union being derailed. Today he has issued a call for voters to write to their MPs asking them to support what he calls his "slimline Brexit Bill".
Article - Published in Liverpool Echo - 30 October 2017
Liverpool Echo
Devolved authorities in Northern Ireland and Scotland have already negotiated a similar arrangement and now Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram and Birkenhead MP Frank Field have called on the Government to do the same for families in the Liverpool City Region.
Press Release - 30 October 2017
Food bank
The Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotheram, and the Chair of the Liverpool City Region Child Poverty and Life Chances Commission, Frank Field MP, are today urging the Government to give the City Region the flexibility it needs to protect vulnerable families from the worst effects of Universal Credit.
- Published in Financial Times - 28 October 2017
It is for the reasons highlighted by Josephine Cumbo that the government needs to reform the pension freedoms regime
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