Frank Field MP
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Article - Published in City AM - 26 September 2017
City AM
In yesterday's letter, Frank Field and Rachel Reeves, chairs of the Work and Pensions and BEIS committees respectively, revealed that accusations have been made by Hermes drivers about high street brands
Press Release - 26 September 2017
Commons Chamber
The Work and Pensions Select Committee is likely to examine a whole series of options to help people with severe disabilities achieve their ambition of gaining, and keeping a job. My preference is for the national living wage to remain sacrosanct, but for employers and the state to combine their efforts into a generous support package.
Article - Published in Evening Standard - 25 September 2017
Evening Standard
TfL must give the transport app the chance to improve passenger safety and worker protection
Press Release - 21 September 2017
Food bank
A dangerous gamble has been taken with poorer children’s life chances, according to Frank Field MP, following the first reduction since 2011 in the number of NHS Health Visitors in the North West of England.
Article - Published in The Guardian - 15 September 2017
Frank Field, Labour MP and chair of the Commons work and pensions select committee, said he had written to Mike Ashley, the billionaire Sports Direct founder, to demand answers following concerns raised by a whistleblower at delivery company Hermes.
Article - Published in FT Adviser - 15 September 2017
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is being questioned about members losing their benefits under the new British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS) by Labour MP Frank Field.
Article - Published in The i - 15 September 2017
Frank Field released new research which shows families with two earners could be more than £50 a week worse off under UC than on tax credits.
Press Release - 11 September 2017
Food bank
Frank Field MP today estimates that the cost to thousands of Britain’s poorest families of the Government’s refusal to accept the High Court’s recent ruling on the Benefit Cap will surpass £50 million.
Article - Published in Daily Mirror - 11 September 2017
Labour MP Frank Field said they "should never have been covered by the cap".
Article - Published in Sunday Mirror - 10 September 2017
Labour MP Frank Field believes operators are subsiding free machines in affluent areas with profits from poor neighbourhoods.
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