Colin Brazier: We can’t lockdown or create a two-tier society

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Colin Brazier says Britain’s focus should be on vaccines – not imposing lockdowns or creating a two-tier society.

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In This Story: Colin Brazier

Colin Brazier is an English journalist and presenter for GB News, having previously worked for Sky News between 1997 and 2021. He presented Sky News Today on the channel alongside Jayne Secker since September 2014, and presented a number of other programmes on the channel.

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