Speaking to SKY News this morning, senior Tory MP Sir Charles Walker said that come Autumn, we’ll be back in lockdown even if everyone is jabbed and vaccine passports are a condition of entry at venues.
Walker said that he’s not in favour of the plans announced by PM Boris Johnson yesterday. He told SKY that the Government had previously “ruled out vaccine passports, is now introducing them, ruled out mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers, is now introducing them.”
He also criticised plans to vaccinate children. He said:
“I am not sure why we are vaccinating young people for a virus that poses very little risk to them? On whose benefit is it for?”
The Broxborne based MP has declined to be jabbed. He went on to say:
“By some point in the autumn, it will be most hospitality venues require a vaccine passport and we will see if it staves off lockdown. I suspect we will get both vaccine passports and lockdowns.”
You heard it first from a Tory backbencher. Even if they jab the entire population (they won’t) and mandate vaccine passports for every venue, they’ll lock the country down again anyway.
He’s right you know.