Andrew Bridgen speaks in the fourth day of the debate on the Queen’s Speech and highlights the devastating impact of the covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions on our children and young people. He calls on the Government to ensure every opportunity is made to help our children and young people to catch up, because they are the future of our country, and they need to be protected.
Andrew Bridgen welcomes the Home Secretary’s migration and economic development partnership with Rwanda and asks about the impact it will have on the number of vulnerable people willing to put their lives in the hands of ruthless people traffickers to gain illegal entry to the UK.
Andrew Bridgen welcomes the Prime Minister’s announcement that he will publish an energy supply strategy to deal with the UK’s energy requirements and asks the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy when it will be published.
Andrew Bridgen calls for any violence or breach of discipline in the armed forces, whether perpetrated against male or female victims, to be dealt with expeditiously and seriously through military law.
Andrew Bridgen welcomes news that the ‘555’ group of victims of the Post Office Horizon software scandal, who defeated the Post Office in the High Court case, will get the compensation they deserve and asks the Government to ensure the current public inquiry gets to the truth of why the Post Office decided to defend the action brought by the 555 when they had evidence the Horizon system was faulty.