Recall Parliament to debate proposals for Domestic Vaccine Passports

The House of Commons should be recalled during the summer recess to debate and vote on the very important issue of Domestic Vaccine Passports and the Government's plans to require these passports for accessing some settings at the end of September.

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Open
Opened
Wednesday 4th August 2021
Last 24 hours signatures
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Signature Deadline
Friday 4th February 2022
Estimated Final Signatures: 819

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1. Covid Vaccine Passports
08/09/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: England estimates that two doses of a covid-19 vaccine offers protection of around 96% against hospitalisation - Speech Link
2: Brother Watch brings its campaign against vaccine passports to Westminster today, it is certainly timely - Speech Link

2. Covid-19 Update
19/07/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: statement on the pandemic.Today marks an important milestone in our fight against this virus as we - Speech Link

3. Covid-19 Update
06/09/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: will update the House on covid-19 and our vaccination programme.Earlier this summer, we took the - Speech Link
2: this campaign.Vaccines remain our most important line of defence, yet they are not our only line - Speech Link
3: myself with the remarks about the safety of the vaccine for pregnant women.Children’s health and - Speech Link

4. Covid-19 Vaccinations
20/09/2021 - Westminster Hall

1: current Government guidance and that of the House of Commons Commission. Please also give each other and - Speech Link
2: another opportunity to discuss vaccinations in this House. I thank the NHS, pharmacists and volunteers in - Speech Link

5. Covid-19
21/07/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: have made huge advances in our race between the vaccine and the virus, we are not at the finish line yet - Speech Link
2: programme, and I would like to start by updating the House on this life-saving work. Our vaccination programme - Speech Link
3: first or a second dose, we are already making our plans for the next stage, because we do not know how long - Speech Link

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We believe it would be totally unfair and create a divisive and problematic approach to our society, that will create angst, segregation, depression, and many more psychological issues to a public that are already struggling with the issues of the last 18 months

Has our Government not learnt anything from the "apartheid" political system in South Africa and the civil rights movement in the USA? That divided the nation into two classes of citizen, this led to civil disorder and suffering.


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