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Andrew questions Chilcot Report

Andrew, who defied the whip to vote against the Iraq War in 2003 and later served there, has tabled a series of questions to the Cabinet Office today in advance of the long awaited Chilcot Report expected on 6 July.

Andrew said:

Speech on the NHS

Today Andrew made the following contribution in a debate on the NHS:

It is always a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Oldham East and Saddleworth (Debbie Abrahams). It is a privilege to be able to speak in today’s debate.

Andrew meets Team Rubicon

Andrew called in on Team Rubicon  today during its briefing for MPs in the House of Commons.

The charity is staffed by over 400 trained volunteers, mainly ex military, who are trained to help out in emergencies at home and abroad, notably in the recent winter flooding.

Andrew will join Boris Johnson and Michael Gove in voting Leave

Andrew said;

"I wanted to see what the EU was prepared to accept in the negotiations before finalising my position this weekend. I am so sorry that, despite David Cameron's efforts, Brussels has conceded little as the German Chancellor and French President have now admitted.

Andrew welcomes Army uplift

Andrew has welcomed the increased number of Service personnel and families heading for Wiltshire under the Army's scheme for rebasing from Germany by the end of the decade.

The figures were revealed in the answer Andrew's written parliamentary question (below). He said:

Andrew backs Commission on NHS

Andrew has added his support to ex health minister Norman Lamb's proposal for a cross-party Commission that would make recommendations for the future of healthcare in England. The issue was debated at length by MPs on Thursday.

Andrew signs Holocaust Book of Commitment

Yesterday Andrew signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, in doing so pledging his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to educate

Andrew calls for action on broadband

Andrew Murrison has written to the media Secretary John Whittingdale after a House of Commons library report revealed that his South West Wiltshire constituency ranked 546 out of 650 parliamentary constituencies for superfast broadband availability with the whole of the...