I agree. Achieving something we could have done anyway is not a victory. If the argument is, we wouldn't have done it - that wouldn't have been the EU's fault, it would have been ours. But given the UK had freedoms and flexibilities within the EU that other countries weren't afforded, I feel like it's talking us down to say we wouldn't have achieved what we did. Not least because Matt Hancock was apparently very hot off the blocks on vaccines because he'd seen Contagion and witnessed the vaccine wars. I have not seen Contagion so have no idea what this means. But. The will was apparently very strong.