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Ask your MP to attend Andrew Bridgen’s Parliamentary debate on excess deaths tomorrow


ANDREW Bridgen MP is to speak in an adjournment debate on excess deaths in the Commons tomorrow afternoon. Here is the perfect draft letter, sent to us by one of our readers yesterday, for you to email your MP to remind them of their duty, and that we are watching.


Dear (name)

I write to request that you attend the parliamentary debate on excess deaths on Friday October 20.

 According to the Government’s own ONS figures we have suffered in the region of 40,000 extra deaths already this year.* I find it staggering that this is neither being acted on or reported on. Had deaths in these numbers been occurring during the pandemic, Messrs Whitty, Vallance & co would have been reporting on them every day; instead they are being ignored.

Alarmingly these excess deaths are not confined to this country alone. Quite simply, record excess deaths are being ignored, and as yet, many are still unaware that this is happening.

I am particularly concerned by the 10 per cent increase in younger age groups.

If, for whatever reason, you feel this does not warrant any investigation, you should be brave enough to stand up and say why. Perhaps you already know why. Speculation circulating among the population about the reason is damaging.

I, like so many in this country, am losing faith and trust in the Government, Parliamentary democracy and the national broadcaster.

If you fail to respond to these legitimate concerns and you also fail to appear at this most important debate, some may believe that you are part of a concerted effort to silence debate on this issue.

I will contact you again next week with any conclusions I reach from the debate and any concerns I may have with regard to the potential lack of attendance of yourself and your colleagues.

I shall watch tomorrow’s Adjournment Debate with interest and look forward to your participation.

 Yours sincerely

(Your name)

*Here is Dr John Campbell’s examination of the factof excess deaths in the UK in 2023 – up to 36,316 to the end of July. 


Our understanding is that anyone who wants to attend the debate and give Andrew some visible support from the public gallery, but has not obtained tickets from their Member of Parliament, may queue outside St Stephen’s Tower and be admitted to the gallery without booking, especially on Fridays. However during popular debates it will be nearly impossible to obtain a place without booking.

Will this count as a popular debate? With the public it may! 

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