Algemeiner: United Kingdom, March 24, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — In an unprecedented move, the U.K. government is planning to make coronavirus injections compulsory for care home staff and other health care workers, according to leaked Cabinet documents.
“Woe to those who decree iniquitous decrees, and the writers who keep writing oppression” Isaiah 10:1 ESV
The news was reported by The Telegraph, a favorite of conservative ministers and members of parliament to provide their “leaks.”
The newspaper revealed on March 22 that Prime Minister Boris Johnson had been working in conjunction with Health Secretary Matt Hancock in drawing up the plans.
Details from a paper submitted to the COVID-19 Operations Cabinet subcommittee just last week, entitled “Vaccination as a condition of deployment in adult social care and health settings,” showed that the two politicians “have requested the change in law,” adding that the minsters felt “compelled to act” given what was described as “low take-up” of the injections.
Over the last few months, headlines have alarmed proponents of the jab, noting that an increasing number of health care staff, possibly up to “a third,” refused the injection. One report noted that 900 staff members from two hospitals out of a total of 15,862 had refused the injection. Read More