UK Lawmakers Oppose Government Plan for COVID-19 Certificates

The British government’s plan to introduce COVID-status certification has met with resistance from lawmakers from across the political spectrum. In a review published on Monday, the government said it will begin to trial COVID-status certification in certain settings, including large events, as England gradually exits the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus lockdown. The government said it believes that “COVID-status certification could have an important role to play both domestically and internationally” to “allow some freedoms to be restored more safely.” The COVID Recovery Group (CRG), a group of Tory MPs who are sceptical about COVID-19 lockdown measures, said that “Parliament must give approval” if the government wants to introduce COVID certificates. “Trying to do it by the back door by linking them to social distancing rules isn’t on,” CRG chair Mark Harper wrote on Twitter. The Liberal Democrats also reiterated their opposition to the idea. “By rolling out COVID ID …

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