Starmer jokes about wearing boxing gloves at next PMQs


The Telegraph

Overseas holidays get green light from May 17

The ban on overseas holidays will end on May 17, the Government is set to announce next week, in the first step to reviving foreign travel. It will no longer be illegal to go abroad from that date, meaning summer holidays overseas will be allowed, with a traffic light system for countries to be introduced. The travel traffic light system: what is it and how will it work? Initially only a “tiny handful” of countries are expected to be on the “green list”, however, and everyone – even those who have been vaccinated – will have to take a PCR Covid test after returning to Britain. Most European countries are expected to be on the “amber list”, which will require tests and quarantine on return. A senior government source told The Telegraph that ministers believe they can “keep tight controls in place at the border while taking a significant step forward on international travel”. A review of the system is planned at the end of June, ahead of the main summer holiday season, which is expected to pave the way for vaccinated people to possibly avoid quarantine and take fewer or no tests. By this time, more of Europe could be rated “green”.



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Starmer jokes about wearing boxing gloves at next PMQs


The Telegraph

Overseas holidays get green light from May 17

The ban on overseas holidays will end on May 17, the Government is set to announce next week, in the first step to reviving foreign travel. It will no longer be illegal to go abroad from that date, meaning summer holidays overseas will be allowed, with a traffic light system for countries to be introduced. The travel traffic light system: what is it and how will it work? Initially only a “tiny handful” of countries are expected to be on the “green list”, however, and everyone – even those who have been vaccinated – will have to take a PCR Covid test after returning to Britain. Most European countries are expected to be on the “amber list”, which will require tests and quarantine on return. A senior government source told The Telegraph that ministers believe they can “keep tight controls in place at the border while taking a significant step forward on international travel”. A review of the system is planned at the end of June, ahead of the main summer holiday season, which is expected to pave the way for vaccinated people to possibly avoid quarantine and take fewer or no tests. By this time, more of Europe could be rated “green”.



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