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This company threatened to ax workers refusing the vaccine, by threatening a ‘no jab, no job policy’


Workers at a leading British plumbing firm had been told they would lose their jobs if they didn’t agree to being vaccinated, but the firm was forced to stage a U-turn as experts questioned the legality of this requirement.

Charlie Mullins, chairman of Pimlico Plumbers, a privately owned business that employs 400 tradespeople in London, had said in an interview: “No vaccine, no job…When we go off to Africa and Caribbean countries, we have to have a jab for malaria — we don’t think about it, we just do it. So why would we accept something within our country that’s going to kill us when we can have a vaccine to stop it?”

Technically, antimalaria…


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