Vaccines in UK are not mandatory. There is an exemption on evidence of medical reasons and the Supreme Court recognises at common law that denial of free and informed consent is a self certified medical reason. See Montgomery v Lanarkshire [2015] UKSC 11

https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uksc-2013-0136-judgment.pdf

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3 Replies to “Vaccines in UK are not mandatory. There is an exemption on evidence of medical reasons and the Supreme Court recognises at common law that denial of free and informed consent is a self certified medical reason. See Montgomery v Lanarkshire [2015] UKSC 11”

  1. Hi Phil. I have not read the Montgomery doc in complete detail but I can\’t draw the same conclusion as you have about vaccines not being mandatory. What I see is the opportunity to sue a doctor for not providing informed consent…Can you expand on why you draw your conclusion. Thanks for this website..keeps me going..cheers

      1. Think it’s a scam. Many search results with the same wording from months ago. Need to be more careful.

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