Last week Andrew called an adjournment debate on local policing. He took the opportunity to raise his concerns over the potential closure of Portlethen Police Station in particular, drawing attention to the impact it will have on the local community.
Earlier today Andrew spoke during a debate on the Fixed Term Parliaments Act, he supported the Governments proposal to abolish the act which he described on social media as "A failed and flawed Act which didn't do what it should have"
Last night Andrew spoke during the Covid Secure Borders debate in the house of commons. Drawing on his own experience of witnessing loved ones unable to see family abroad, he described the current red, amber, green system as "striking the right balance between caution and pragmatism".
Yesterday Andrew spoke in Parliament during a debate on education. Not a single SNP Member of Parliament was present for the debate, leading Andrew to question why they were unwilling to to take part - and defend their "shameful record" on education in Scotland.