Robert Jenrick urges Europe not to ‘pull up the drawbridge’ on vaccine supply chains

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Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick told LBC’s Nick Ferrari it isn’t “in anyone’s interest to pull up the drawbridge” on supply chains for vaccines.

It comes a day after EU member states voted to block Ursula von der Leyen’s export ban last night.

France, Italy and Spain had pushed for the European Council to publicly back the new rules, but were overruled by the Netherlands, Belgium, and Ireland, who warned that Britain may retaliate by blocking exports of raw materials for vaccines to the EU.

Read the full story here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/03/26/vaccine-passport-covid-uk-eu-export-ban-astrazeneca-boris-johnson/

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