This morning Andrew asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland to ensure that, regardless of whether power sharing is resumed in Stormont, Northern Ireland will be afforded an opportunity to feed into the Brexit process.
As the Prime Minister's Special Representative for the Centenary of the Great War, it was a privilege to speak in today's debate on the Third Battle of Ypres, a fight which came to epitomise the misery of trench warfare. Andrew said:
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.
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.
This evening, Andrew spoke in the House to welcome the incoming Parliamentary Administration and Health Service Ombudsman, Robert Behrens, and highlighted the importance of the role in bringing accountability to health services.
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