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Zahawi, the new Education Secretary, should consider whether the bill as it stands is a sticking plaster.
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It seems to be primarily about incentivising people to get jabbed – but ministers can’t say so, and the result is unconvincing bluster.
“The best thing is to open safely and sustainably in the long term. The way to do that is to check vaccine status.”
The Government’s scheme is deeply problematic and there’s a potential Commons majority against it.
The vaccines minister says it’s not necessary for NHS workers to self-isolate even if they are pinged by the test and trace app.
Nadhim Zahawi also says the government is looking at test and release – upload 5 days of lateral flow tests to avoid isolation as piloted.
Zahawi adds: “Are infection rates too high for us to proceed? I don’t know the answer yet. But I hope we will know it on June 14th.”
The Vaccines Minister adds that “it is a wonderful thing for both of them that they have made their vows to one another.”
The party has its own history of politicians with close links to business.
Britons can be very proud that he quickly answered the calls of the Kurds at the moment of their righteous rebellion and intense suffering.
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