Antony Worrall Thompson denies being 'anti-vax' despite pub sign

1/15/2022 9:13:00 PM

Antony Worrall Thompson denies being 'anti-vax' despite pub sign

Antony Worrall Thompson denies being 'anti-vax' despite pub sign

A poster saying unvaccinated people are welcome is displayed at a pub run by Antony Worrall Thompson.

Antony Worrall Thompson says he wants to support equality in his pubCelebrity chef Antony Worrall Thompson says he is not against Covid vaccinations, despite a sign in his pub saying unvaccinated people are welcome.The restauranteur runs The Greyhound in Oxfordshire, where the notice made by an anti-vaccination group was put up.

Mr Worrall Thompson says he will remove any specific reference to the group, but will continue to show a sign to support equality.The NHS says vaccines are safe and the best protection against Covid-19.The sign at the pub, near Henley-on-Thames, says: "We do not discriminate. Race, gender, age, disability, vaccinated or unvaccinated. Everyone equal here. Everyone welcome."

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Legend. Standing up for a brother. NoApartheid He's not anti-vax, he's anti vaccine passports. Good for him. A true liberal. 'if you don't want to put chemicals into your body, it has to be your choice.' If you don't want to put chemicals into your body then stop eating, drinking and breathing. Everything that isn't energy is chemicals. Your body IS chemicals.

There’s nothing worse than an old middle class f rt trying to be PC He’s not Anti-Vax you fools he’s just using common sense. Probably why you missed this BBC. I’m pro vaccine but pro choice more. He’s still an absolute whopper then?

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Image caption, Antony Worrall Thompson says he wants to support equality in his pub Celebrity chef Antony Worrall Thompson says he is not against Covid vaccinations, despite a sign in his pub saying unvaccinated people are welcome.Former official James Slack says event ‘should not have happened at the time that it did’ Sam Hancock 1642146964 Lib Dems and Labour renew calls for Johnson’s resignation Sir Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal Democrats, says the PM “must go” following the news about parties on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral.Google map of the route Allow Google content? This article includes content provided by Google., called it a “celebration of women, of matriarchy and of the beauty of black women”.

The restauranteur runs The Greyhound in Oxfordshire, where the notice made by an anti-vaccination group was put up. Mr Worrall Thompson says he will remove any specific reference to the group, but will continue to show a sign to support equality. Both also took the time to remind people of the images of the Queen “sat alone in mourning” at her husband’s funeral, in order to adhere with social distancing rules. The NHS says vaccines are safe and the best protection against Covid-19. Allow and continue I first came across Burgh by Sands – a mile up the road from this walk’s starting point in Monkhill – in a 1970s magazine devoted to paranormal phenomena. The sign at the pub, near Henley-on-Thames, says: "We do not discriminate. Not because she is the Queen, but because she was just another person, mourning alone like too many others,” Sir Ed wrote. Race, gender, age, disability, vaccinated or unvaccinated. “Right now, everyone’s kind of got it … but we don’t want African to be considered as a trend.

Everyone equal here. The Daily Telegraph reported that two events were held on the evening of Friday 16 April 2021 – when the country was under step 2 coronavirus restrictions which banned indoor mixing. That the marshlands of the English Solway should be the site of such a weird, Fortean event doesn’t seem all that surprising when you’re standing on one of the narrow wooden footbridges that span the deep tidal dykes, looking north across the wide, glimmering water. Everyone welcome." The TV chef, who opened his first restaurant in London in 1981, used to appear on the BBC's Ready Steady Cook, and came fifth on I'm a Celebrity. One was reportedly held for James Slack, Boris Johnson’s then-director of communications, and the other for the prime minister’s personal photographer.. The Solway is a landscape of eerie, wind-blasted beauty Inspired by the strangeness, local Anglo-Saxons decorated a wall of in Burgh by Sands with carvings of magical beasts.. The paper also reported that the celebrations were initially held separately before merging later in the evening.” The re-evaluation of the continent’s contribution to the industry continues in June with an exhibition at the , which will feature the work of the trailblazing designers Kofi Ansah and Folashade “Shade” Thomas-Fahm.

Get Me Out of Here! in 2003. 'Not irresponsible' He told the BBC: "I'm doing it [having the sign up] because I don't want to discriminate against anyone. Tom Batchelor has the full report: PM’s inner team reportedly drank and danced in Downing Street basement on eve of Prince Philip’s funeral Sam Hancock. Photograph: Alex Telfer/The Guardian Burgh is a postcard-pretty village around a green, its lanes lined with 17th- and 18th-century houses and a few of what are locally known as clay dabbins – cruck barns built from timber, clay, pebbles and hay. "At the end of the day we've done our time, we've done two years of this, lockdowns and various things and precautions, and I think it's time to move on." Image source, Image caption, The pub is in the village of Rotherfield Peppard Asked if it was irresponsible, he answered: "I don't think it's irresponsible at all. "You know you have the choice. Beside the Greyhound Inn stands a bronze statue of Edward I brandishing a sword and generally looking ready to take on all comers in the pub car park.

Freedom of choice to get vaccinated, freedom of choice to come to The Greyhound." He added: "I agree with people getting vaccinated. I'm not an anti-vaxxer. Graves in Saint Michael’s churchyard, Burgh by Sands Photograph: Alex Telfer/the Guardian A Victorian stone tower marks the spot where Edward Longshanks croaked out his final insult...

to me if you don't want to get vaccinated, if you don't want to put chemicals into your body, it has to be your choice. The violence of the Anglo-Scottish border was given a romantic gloss by Sir Walter Scott who loved the wildness of the Solway Hadrian’s Wall begins to the west at Bowness-on-Solway , but there’s barely anything left of the stretch to Carlisle." Dr Rachel Ward, based at Woodlands Medical Centre in Didcot, said she was concerned the sign would encourage people not to get vaccinated. She added: "In the UK there is no law for the majority of people to get vaccinated, but it is important to remember if you do not want to be vaccinated it has a much more far reaching effect on society other than just whether you are welcomed into your local pub." Follow BBC South on . The violence of the Anglo-Scottish border was given a romantic gloss by Sir Walter Scott.