The i - Summer holiday warning, Green list & June 21 

The i - Summer holiday warning, Green list & June 21 

The i’s front splash reports on the government warning about summer holidays as they say they will not hesitate on changing the travel status of countries on the green list. 

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Travel: Summer Holidays 2021 warning

The i’s front page leads with warnings about summer holidays, the paper highlights the government has said it will have “no hesitation” on changing the travel status of countries. The paper reports ongoing doubt over the lifting of lockdown restrictions in England on 21 June will also limit changes made to the “green list” of countries, from which arrivals are not required to quarantine.

Education tsar quits in protest at catch up fund

The paper’s take on Sir Kevan quitting is that it is in ‘protest’ of the catch up funds. Sir Kevan Collins stepped down after the Government announced a £1.4bn catch-up package in England – less than a tenth of what he had privately told ministers was needed

Headlines from The i online

Vaccine hesitancy needs to be tackled using a ‘five-pronged strategy’

The i says Vaccine hesitancy can be tackled by a five-pronged strategy to address the behavioural and socio-demographic factors behind the reluctance or refusal to accept a Covid-19 jab, according to a group of experts.

Israeli opposition parties seal agreement to form new government and remove Benjamin Netanyahu

The i says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu‘s opponents have agreed an eight-way deal to form a new governing coalition, paving the way for the ouster of the long-time Israeli leader.

EU delays putting Britain on its Covid ‘white list’ for travel because of Delta variant fears

The i news British holidaymakers will have to wait another fortnight to learn whether they can book a break in many European Union countries with confidence.

A14 road left ‘looking like set of a horror film’ as lorry spills tomato purée and olive oil

The i says a lorry crash on the A14 in Cambridgeshire left the road looking like “the set of a horror film” after tomato purée was spilled across the tarmac.

A 23-mile stretch of the road from Cambridge to Brampton was closed westbound after a collision between two lorries on Tuesday evening led to the messy scene.



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