Dan Wootton: ‘The sooner that bloke is booted from office by the furious French people the better.’

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‘Well, President Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel started the snowball effect of a lack of faith in the Oxford vaccine that seems to have damned it to long-term failure. New research published in the Lancet this week concluded the AstraZeneca jab is pretty much as safe as the Pfizer vaccine, with a study of more than a million concluding that you were more likely to get a blood clot through Covid. So was all of this doing down of the British jab because of Brexit?’ asks Dan Wootton.

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