In an intervention in an Adjournment Debate on the application of the Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979 to those who have been bereaved or suffered adverse reactions to covid-19 vaccines, Andrew Bridgen highlights a Western Norway University of Applied Sciences paper which has found a significant correlation between covid-19 vaccine uptake in 2021 and excess deaths in the first nine months of 2022 across Europe.
Andrew Bridgen has written to Home Secretary Suella Braverman MP calling on her to block plans to house asylum seekers in Kegworth hotel after it announced that it would be closing to the public due to a contract with the Home Office.
Following my speech on vaccine harms in the House of Commons earlier this week the following list contains a list of supporting scientific references. The list was proactively sent to journalists immediately after my speech.
Andrew Bridgen has welcomed extra funding from the Government, providing a share of £2 billion this year and next for primary schools, secondary schools, and high needs pupils in North West Leicestershire.
Following the Government statement on the Post Office and compensation for the Horizon scandal, Andrew Bridgen asks why it has taken eight years to get to a position where convictions have been overturned and compensation is now beginning to be paid, and how will we hold to account those who are responsible for this prolonged injustice against the sub-postmasters.
North West Leicestershire is a semi rural constituency at the heart of the National Forest. It has three main towns which are Coalville, Ashby De La Zouch and Castle Donington, and they are surrounded by small towns and villages. It is made up of 20 District Council Wards and 8 County Council Wards. Famous landmarks within the constituency include East Midlands Airport, Donington Racetrack and Conkers Visitor Centre.
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