Andrew Bridgen calls on the Prime Minister to instruct the Department for Education to order schools to stop encouraging young people under the age of 18 to socially transition and to concentrate on their duty of care to protect them.
Andrew Bridgen calls for a debate on the Perseus Report and the conflict of interest in the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency £1.5 million contract with Genpact to use artificial intelligence to analyse Yellow Card adverse event reports associated with covid-19 injections when Genpact has long-term contracts with AstraZeneca and Pfizer.
Following the coroner’s court ruling that the death of Dr Stephen Wright was due to “unintended complications of the vaccine”, Andrew Bridgen MP calls on the Government to make a statement and release details of other cases where people died within 14 days of vaccination.
Andrew Bridgen speaks in the debate on the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) pandemic prevention and preparedness treaty and accompanying amendments to the international health regulations, to raise his objections to signing up to treaties that would empower the WHO’s director-general to impose sweeping, legally binding directives on member states overriding UK sovereignty.
Andrew Bridgen welcomes the forthcoming debate on the World Health Organisation post-pandemic treaty, but raises concerns at proposed changes to the WHO international health regulations which will not require a vote in Parliament.
Andrew Bridgen raises concerns about insect protein being promoted as an alternative food when there are concerns about contamination and asks how the Government intend to label this type of protein, so that consumers can make informed decisions.