Families will lose housing benefits worth on average £70 a week and be moved to a "sink site" alongside other offenders - the ghetto of the ghetto.
And this will solve what exactly? Rupert Murdoch's tax bill?
Field first drew up the blueprint for the scheme in a 2002 backbench bill, which ministers first shelved but have now revived as part of Tony Blair's 'respect' agenda.
Field said: "Such families will from next year not be able to get away with it. About time."
He said that an appropriate site for hell families to be relocated to has yet to be identified.
Other pilot schemes are unlikely elsewhere on Merseyside because ministers want to spread them around the regions, including Manchester, Leeds, Tyneside, Bristol and London.
But if 'successful', the scheme will be rolled out to all areas.
Let's not forget, the problem is the 'hell', not the neighbours.