Yesterday, Andrew spoke in the debate on the Health Service Medical Supplies (Costs) Bill, urging caution over a Lords amendment to make the Government control drug prices, and that drugs reach patients soon after being approved.
Yesterday, Andrew signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Great War Centenary Commemorations with Vice-Chair of the United States World War One Centennial Commission, Edwin Fountain, at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Andrew spoke at a public meeting in Shaftesbury last night in support of campaigners, many of them his constituents, who are concerned at the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group's plans to remove inpatient beds from Shaftesbury's community hospital.
In a debate on the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee's new report 'Will the NHS never learn?' held by the Committee's Chair, Bernard Jenkin MP, Andrew asked about the Government's cap on litigation costs.
This evening, Andrew spoke in the backbench debate on the Armed Forces Covenant 2016 and raised concerns over recent figures which show that the strength of regular and reserve forces are on the decline.