Andrew Bridgen writes in The Telegraph.
In the summer of 2016, on the eve of the Brexit referendum, I was privileged to welcome Boris Johnson to campaign with me for Leave in the market town of Ashby de la Zouch in my north-west Leicestershire constituency.
To mark ‘Boost Day’, Andrew Bridgen MP has welcomed the news that 25,604 people in North West Leicestershire have received their Covid booster or third jab, as the Government and NHS continues to step up efforts to ensure that vulnerable people are protected against COVID-19 over the winter.
Andrew Bridgen sets out his opposition to vaccine passports and mandatory vaccination which make unvaccinated peoplen second class citizens and achieve nothing as we know vaccination does not prevent transmission of the virus. We must end the dangerous epidemic of fear sweeping the world and our country.
North West Leicestershire is a semi rural constituency at the heart of the National Forest. It has three main towns which are Coalville, Ashby De La Zouch and Castle Donington, and they are surrounded by small towns and villages. It is made up of 20 District Council Wards and 8 County Council Wards. Famous landmarks within the constituency include East Midlands Airport, Donington Racetrack and Conkers Visitor Centre.
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