UK Conservative MPs Threaten to Boycott Party Conference If It Requires Vaccine Passports

A number of Tory MPs said they would boycott the Conservative Party conference this year as the conference reportedly will require vaccine passports. After MailOnline on Thursday reported that the annual conference will require its attendants to be double jabbed with a CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus vaccine this year—citing an unnamed Tory insider—Mark Jenkinson, MP for Workington said he won’t be attending if that’s the case. “I’m booked for @conservatives party conference, I’m double jabbed,” Jenkinson wrote on Twitter. “I won’t be going to [the] conference if we’re excluding people on the basis of vaccination their status [sic].” Steve Baker, Conservative MP and deputy chairman of the COVID Recovery Group, joined the boycott. “With a heavy heart, and apologies to event organisers, likewise,” Baker said, quoting Jenkinson’s tweet. Tory peer Baroness Morrissey said she would join them, and reports suggested more could follow. Asked to confirm whether or not the conference will require vaccines …

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