Andrew Bridgen questions why anyone would want us to be chained to the EU which is mired in low economic growth, many member countries have eye-watering levels of youth unemployment and its currency has to be constantly supported by quantitative easing.
Andrew Bridgen calls on the Government to ensure early years education includes a broad range of learning goals, including communication, physical development and self-confidence, as well as of course a thirst for knowledge.
Andrew Bridgen calls for the HS2 white elephant to be scrapped as the costs will spiral to more than £100 billion; the money would be better spent on link improvements in the midlands and north such as reopening the Ivanhoe line in north-west Leicestershire.
Andrew Bridgen questions the Government about the role of the Joint Committee outlined in the Brexit withdrawal agreement, in particular where the committee will make legal rulings in unforeseen circumstances whether it is the committee itself that decides what is unforeseen?
Andrew Bridgen welcomes the high number of people with disabilities who have been helped into work in the last five years but calls on the Government to be more ambitious in its target of helping 1 million people with disabilities into work.