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'Tyrannical undemocratic institution' Brexiteer vows voting Leave was the RIGHT choice

UK vaccine rollout ‘setting the benchmark’ says Freeman

European Union chief Ursula von der Leyen suggested that countries across Europe should be considering making vaccines mandatory. Ms von der Leyen explained: She explained: "We have the vaccines, the life-saving vaccines, but they are not being used adequately everywhere.

“ And this costs... This is an enormous health cost coming along.

"If you look at the numbers, we have now 77 per cent of the adults in the European Union vaccinated or if you take the whole population, it's 66 per cent.

“And this means one-third of the European population is not vaccinated.

“These are 150 million people.


Brexiteer vowed leaving the EU was the correct decision (Image: Getty)


VDL proclaimed that the EU must consider mandatory vaccines (Image: Getty)

"This is a lot, and not each and every one can be vaccinated – children, for example, or people with special medical conditions – but the vast majority could and therefore, I think it is understandable and appropriate to lead this discussion now.

"How can we encourage and potentially think about mandatory vaccination within the European Union? This needs discussion.

“This needs a common approach, but it is a discussion that I think has to be met."

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Austria protests over Covid measures (Image: Getty)


Brexit supporters gather as the UK leaves the EU (Image: Getty)


VDL profile (Image: Express)

ShawnC1000 praised this comment saying: “Excellent call on BREXIT!

“I'm beginning to get the idea that you're right a lot.”

Wayne Anthony wrote: “Yeah Brexit made sense to me too. like having an interdependent relationship with the rest of the world

“Just need to get ‘made in UK’ going.”


Austria protests over Covid measures (Image: Getty)

However, Antonio Ornelas was not best pleased about the praise given to Brexit.

They tweeted: "You are absolutely wrong.

"The EU has an elected parliament, something that you cannot say in the UK in some chambers.

"There is only one democracy and that is not a “constitutional” monarchy."