British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the EU does not want to launch a vaccine battle, despite the bloc warning it is set to restrict exports of coronavirus shots to the UK.       

In an attempt to defuse the tensions with Brussels, Johnson said avoiding blockades of vaccine supplies is vital because immunisation programmes require countries to work together...

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