‘Anything the Queen says has immense power’: Robert Buckland welcomes vaccine intervention

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    Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has told LBC the Queen’s “message of encouragement” has “immense power”.

    The Queen has said people who refuse the coronavirus vaccine “ought to think about other people rather than themselves”. 

    In her first comments on the subject, Her Majesty said it was important that people were “protected” by the vaccine.

    Read more on this: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/02/25/queen-people-refuse-vaccine-should-think-others-rather/

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