Andrew Bridgen questions the Government about efforts to raise awareness of the Access to Work programme and the support available for employers to encourage them to employee people with disabilities.
Following the Foreign Secretary's statement about the implications for the UK of the recent changes in US immigration policy, Andrew Bridgen points out that, unlike the UK, the US has control of its own immigration policy.
Andrew Bridgen calls for better focus of UK aid, suggesting that as a third of all Ethiopian girls do not go to school, it would be better for female empowerment if the money were spent on giving them an education rather than on promoting a pop group.
Andrew Bridgen calls on the Government to ensure that transforming economies and trading relationships, particularly in developing countries, is a vital part of the UK diplomatic effort and long-term prosperity strategy.
Following the Prime Minister’s statement on the meeting of the European Council, Andrew Bridgen warns the PM that if we remain in the single market when we leave the EU we will have no control over the direction we take.