All deleted tweets from politicians

News and updates from Frank Field, Member of Parliament for Birkenhead

This may be an incomplete list. If you think we're missing someone, please send us their Name, Country/State, Political Party, Office they hold or are seeking and, of course, Twitter handle. Thanks!

Frank Field MP (Labour) tweeted :

I oppose this move. Why not retain it as a universal scheme, benefitting all pensioners, but give them the option of contributing to a fund which exempts poorer families from paying the licence fee? - BBC confirms plans to make over-75s pay TV licence fee theguardian.com/media/2019/jun…

Frank Field (Labour) retweeted @LPK1990 :

RT @LPK1990: Best of luck to @frankfieldteam tomorrow! You'll be getting my vote! 😃

Frank Field MP (Labour) retweeted @jrf_uk :

RT @jrf_uk: There is mounting cross-party demand to #endthefreeze on benefits & tax credits in the Spring Statement. When #ukpoverty is ris…

Frank Field MP (Labour) tweeted :

The Guardian has published its report on our third visit, to Leicester, where we gathered further evidence around the extent, causes and effects of chronic poverty in our country. We head to Morecambe in two weeks to gather further evidence: theguardian.com/society/2019/j…

Our first two visits, to food banks Poplar and Waterloo, feature in today’s Channel 4 news report on Universal Credit: channel4.com/news/universal…

Frank Field MP (Labour) tweeted :

I’m really glad that the Archbishop has taken it to his stage. I hope to work closely with whoever takes it forward from here to prevent the loan book falling into the hands of loan sharks & ensure borrowers are treated fairly & without exploitation theguardian.com/business/2018/…

RT @JolyonMaugham: And we heard today, importantly, that @GregClarkMP is going to investigate the practices of the companies engaged in the…

Frank Field MP (Labour) tweeted :

Hugely important research out today: 'During the summer holiday the drop-off in learning increases with deprivation to such an extent that the summer learning gap is considered to be responsible for the socioeconomic inequalities in educational attainment' ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P…

@ianmoody99 Might you please try again on fieldf@parliament.uk? Thanks. BW. Frank.