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Welfare claimants are resorting to prostitution as a result of a system that is pushing them further into poverty, writes Frank Field MP
The lengthy letter sent to carers explaining their benefit fails to inform them of the 'essential fact' that earning £1 over the earnings threshold will lose them their week’s entitlement, writes Frank Field MP.
May Days: Far from giving victims their freedom, we appear to be embroiling them in a different set of constraints, and even literal imprisonment, writes Frank Field
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
Mrs Thatcher was herself not satisfied with the results of her government, and we should look critically at her record, writes Frank Field
If the Department for Work and Pensions is confident that Universal Credit is operationally ready to begin the managed migration pilot, there is no explanation for not setting and meeting the tests to demonstrate this, says Frank Field MP.
The Government has ploughed ahead with massive, often untried reforms, making huge budget savings on the backs of the poorest, without ever stopping to find out if they actually work or can justify their external financial, or human, costs, says Frank Field MP.
Read the FULL letter by Birkenhead MP Frank Field as he resigns the Labour whip over anti-Semitism and bullying in the party.
To counter the cat and mouse game of individuals having to take companies to employment tribunals, employment law should be reformed so that it is companies who have to prove their workforce is self-employed, says Frank Field MP.
By planting a tree for the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy MPs can both demonstrate their support for the Commonwealth and help save the world’s forests, writes Frank Field
Labour MP Frank Field sets out his plan to slim down the EU Withdrawal Bill – and prevent the 'wolves in sheep's clothing' from frustrating Brexit
Drivers working with Uber are at risk of taking home as little as £2 an hour, less than a third of the National Living Wage, says Frank Field MP.