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David Limbrick reconsidering vaccination stance in parliament

Tom Elliott
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Liberal Democrats MP David Limbrick says he is reconsidering his decision to not provide his vaccination status to attend parliament in the hope of blocking “absolutely horrible” new pandemic laws from being passed.

Mr Limbrick is currently working out of a nightclub in the CBD to attend parliament alongside fellow MPs Catherine Cumming and Tim Quilty because they refuse to provide parliament with their vaccination status.

While they can sit in on parliament online, they are unable to vote.

Mr Limbrick has gone on the record with 3AW Drive saying he is fully vaccinated but doesn’t want to hand over his medical information.

But he is reconsidering that stance after being contacted by “hundreds, if not thousands” of people asking him to stand against the proposed pandemic legislation.

“We haven’t gone through it all yet, but the stuff we have seen so far is frightening, to be honest,” Mr Limbrick told Tom Elliott.

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