Businesses could be banned from refusing service to people who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19, Boris Johnson has suggested.
The Prime Minister hinted a new review to be led by Michael Gove would consider the ethical issues around introducing vaccine 'certification' would consider whether firms would be allowed to deny entry to people who haven't had the jab.
It's been suggested such 'passports' could be used to grant access to pubs or theatres. But the PM admitted there were "complex" ethical issues around the proposals, and he wanted to "thrash all this out" before coming to a decision.
Mr Johnson said: "There are complex issues we need to look at. We can't be discriminatory against people who for whatever reason can't haveRead more on mirror.co.uk