COVID19 and the curious case of UK public health

Global pandemic was top of the Cabinet Office National Risk Register even before COVID19. We now know it presents a greater risk to Britons than any state or non-state actor. Health, not defence, holds the toolbox for tomorrow’s battles.

Andrew, Medic welcomes new Cancer Scanners

Dr Andrew Murrison has welcomed the announcement this week by Health Secretary Matt Hancock of new CT and MRI scanners for 78 NHS Trusts including 12 in the south west and a MRI scanner at Salisbury District Hospital.

Andrew signs UK-Morocco Agreement

Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa and local MP Andrew Murrison signed an Association Agreement and Political Declaration on Saturday at the Foreign Office with Moroccan Minister Nasser Bourita. 

Andrew on Syrian refugee crisis

Minister of State Dr Andrew Murrison got back home to Wiltshire on Saturday from a two day visit to Beirut and refugee locations in Lebanon. 

Andrew and UNGA

Last night local MP and Foreign Office Minister Andrew Murrison had to fly back from the United Nations General Assembly in New York early and is back in the Commons following the Supreme Court judgment on parliament’s prorogation. 

Imber Open Day

On Saturday I went to the Imber open day. I’ve been involved with the deserted village on and off over the years and particularly when we were persuading the fantastic Churches Conservation Trust to take on the only remaining building in one piece which is St Giles. 


Local MP and Minister of State Andrew Murrison is backing Boris Johnson for Prime Minister (see attached photo). 

Andrew said;

“Both candidates are really good but in my view Boris is best placed to deliver Brexit.