The list of destinations from which it will not be necessary for Britons to quarantine on their return is expected to be fewer than ten, with popular destinations such as Spain or France reportedly not being included.
This comes after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson indicated yesterday that there will be a degree of openness to international travel from 17 May. But, according to The Guardian, less than ten European countries are expected to be on the "green list".
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"The list of destinations from which it will not be necessary for Britons to quarantine on their return"
That does not match the heading at all. It is missleading. Wrong !
When and were Britons are allowed to travel is decided by each country.
What UK can decide is the rules when they return to UK.
And that is the text.
By Gustav from Algarve on 05 May 2021, 20:34
Good for Portugal, British folk always welcome.
By Mervyn from Algarve on 06 May 2021, 10:42
We sincerely hope that all Brit's who have been vaccinated come and put money into the economy.
NOT other countries in the EU who will not wear masks and have not been vaccinated.
By Julie Twambley from UK on 06 May 2021, 21:44