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COVID vaccines for under-16s: why competent children in the UK can legally decide for themselves

By Helen Stalford, Professor of Law, University of Liverpool
Aoife Daly, Lecturer in Law, University College Cork
Kerry Barry, Derby Fellow (Law), University of Liverpool
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The UK has become the latest country to offer COVID-19 vaccines to all children aged 12 to 15, following many others including France, Germany, the US, Canada and Japan.

The UK government has…

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