“I hear what everyone says about freedom but they’re going to restrict my freedom,” Edwina began.
“A lot of people have had their vaccine now, we’re powering out with that and I think it’s brilliant.
“If you add to that a negative test, what’s not to like – I could go to the theatre.
“It means my grandchildren can go to a club we can get out and about and enjoy our freedom once again.”
Speaking about whether the vaccine should be compulsory, Edwina continued: “We haven’t had a compulsory vaccination in the country since I was a little girl.
“I hear what you’re saying. I don’t want them (people who refuse the vaccine) sitting next to me in the theatre.
“I don’t want them near me – they can exercise their freedom at home.
“The main side effect of being vaccinated is itchy feet, we are the majority, I think our voice needs to be heard.”
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