The i – Summer holidays bow for foreign travel
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Summer holidays bow for foreign travel
The i newspaper focuses on Boris Johnson’s remarks about the prospect of foreign travel, which it describes as a “blow” to summer holidays. Alongside a photo of what looks like a sunny European beach scene, the paper says the PM warned that British holidaymakers cannot expect restriction-free foreign travel until next year. “I want to stress this is going to be a difficult year for travel”, the PM said.
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