1. Yes. So what?whether its the North Atlantic Treaty or the Brexit withdrawal agreement, don't you think treaties should be respected?
I think it's not so bad actually, or it could have been so much worse .
Before the pandemics the EU had zero budget, zero competence in buying medicine, so it started from scratch a few months ago. We have succeed in buying millions of doses together instead of bidding one against another.
And in a few months, the EU will end up producing between 2 and 3 billions doses/year, which will come in handy with variants.
I'd rather say the British vaccine vaccine development (special mention to Oxford University), the readiness to pay the highest price and then, the NHS rollout were absolutely brilliant
and the British population is very pro-vaccine : a huge plus too
.. now without the UE plants manufacturing the bulk of the vaccines and sharing them, I'm not sure the UK would be be now : the US will not lift a finger for you and India has requisitioned its production.
You'd ask China or Russia?
2. Zero budget? So did Britain, so what?
3. Astra Zeneca as no profit? Well done France in ensuring they will never do that again.
Sanofi and the Pasteur institute did so well did they not?
Aghh, and I voted to stay in the union. Next time my thoughts will be different. Are you sure you are not a Brit trying to promote the Brexit agenda?