Andrew Bridgen welcomes the pension increase to £185 a week from £95 a week when the Government came into office in 2009-10, and the consequence that there are over 200,000 fewer pensioners in absolute poverty than there were a decade ago.
Andrew Bridgen asks the Government about the end of the Regulatory Reform Committee last year, just at the moment - with Brexit - that it had the best opportunity to help to shape our regulations to make the UK economy a better place.
Andrew Bridgen welcomes the new MOD £460 million logistics contract and asks the Secretary of State for Defence what the new logistics information system contract will mean for jobs in the east midlands.
Andrew Bridgen sets out his opposition to vaccine passports and mandatory vaccination which make unvaccinated peoplen second class citizens and achieve nothing as we know vaccination does not prevent transmission of the virus. We must end the dangerous epidemic of fear sweeping the world and our country.
Andrew Bridgen questions the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and asks if Plan B measures against the omicron variant of Covid-19 may be counterproductive and that a mild form of covid-19 would have huge benefits for herd immunity and protection.