Andrew Bridgen highlights the excess number of deaths recorded after the pandemic, where normally after a pandemic we would expect a period of less than the expected number of deaths, and calls for a debate in the House of Commons to look into this.
Andrew Bridgen raises concerns about the cost of conducting betting affordability checks and the impact on the horse-racing levy which funds the sport, and asks if the Gambling Commission warned the Government on the impact this would have on horse racing.
Andrew Bridgen asks the Government how the independent regulator will ensure the financial sustainability of football clubs and limit the power of owners who may wish to gamble with their club’s future to reach the premier league, and may fail, as was the case recently with Derby County.
Speaking in a debate on the Government’s Illegal Migration Bill, Andrew Bridgen asks the Home Secretary to reconfirm that the Bill will stop illegal entry being a route to our asylum system, and asks about the impact on the number of people willing to pay people traffickers to cross the channel.
Andrew Bridgen calls on the Government to fast-track legislation that deters illegal entry to the UK by providing that anyone who arrives here illegally does not get a passport, and anyone arriving from a safe third country is immediately sent back there.