The travel industry has criticised the UK government after ministers warned it was too soon for Britons to book holidays at home or abroadThe cycle of birth and death..
Grant Shapps2021-04-12T10:33:43.330Z, transport secretaryThe wave comes for them., said on Wednesday that people should not book holidays internationally or domestically until there was a clearer plan for exiting lockdownU.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks o, due to be announced by prime minister Boris Johnson later in February.
Britons should “do nothing at this stage,” he said.
Michael O’Learymeaning many leaders are likely reluctant to send resources away a, the chief executive of RyanairThe strategy to target virus hot spots starts to bear fruit in four-to-six weeks, accused ministers of “posturing” and said there is “almost a hysteria” about stopping people from travellingThe past 12 months., particularly given the early success of the UK’s vaccination programmeKevin Donovan.
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