In the simplest terms he sees no reason for refusing the vaccine, so sees a case for compulsion, unless a medical condition exists. His view is that people in general have the right to know that people in shops, hospital, pubs etc with whom they might mix have protected, not just themselves, but therefore others too.
And then on World Vaccination he says that any government has the obligation to ensure that its own population are protected before moving to protect the world (and supported Boris J's call for the world to be done by end 2022).
And then Lisa Nandy, obviously intelligent, but I am afraid wishy washy on the subject and always ready with a political poke. I am afraid that she just does not have the gravitas for the Shadow job she does.
Where are all the elder statesmen that the Labour Party used to have?
And then why oh why did the BBC allow us to have a lecture from Geldorf? Was that the same "statesman" who was pictured on the Thames in a Remainer flotilla ficking a V sign at the opposition? (Yes I know it was to Farage who could be a p****** too)!