Nigel Farage slams Boris Johnson’s calls for a ‘national conversation’ on mandatory vaccinations

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‘I am absolutely astonished… I never believed I would hear such a thing from a British Prime Minister’

Nigel Farage responds to Boris Johnson’s calls for a ‘national conversation’ on mandatory vaccinations.

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