In Defence Questions, Andrew Bridgen highlights the importance of supporting UK companies in the defence sector, which not only makes good economic sense, but is critical to ensuring that the sector is aligned with the UK’s national security objectives.
Following the Government statement about Horizon and Post Office group litigation compensation, Andrew Bridgen welcomes the Government’s engagement with MPs who have been campaigning on this and calls for MPs to be updated on the progress of the scheme until all the compensation has been paid to the recipients.
Speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions, Andrew Bridgen highlights the number of deaths and adverse reactions following mRNA vaccinations and calls on the PM to overturn the big pharma-funded Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s recommendation that the vaccines be administered to children as young as six months.
Andrew Bridgen highlights the work at Rolls-Royce on the development of small modular nuclear reactors and asks the Secretary of State what support the Government are giving to Rolls-Royce to develop this technology.
Following the Urgent Question on Saudi Arabia’s use of the death penalty and the recent spike in the number of executions taking place, Andrew Bridgen seeks a commitment that the UK Government will continue to push for progress in Saudi Arabia on all areas of human rights, including the death penalty, women’s rights and freedom of religion or belief.
Following the statement on Nazir Afzal OBE’s independent cultural review of London Fire Brigade, Andrew Bridgen highlights the fact that it is not only a failing of management, but also of the Fire Brigades Union, which should have looked after the interests of all its members.