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The government has been accused of a U-turn over foreign holidays after people were urged to remain in Britain instead of travelling abroad, The Times writes.

The Times reports that people were rushing to cancel their holidays following the removal of Portugal from the amber travel list. It add that tourists have until 4am on Tuesday next week to leave the country...

“Brits’ Foreign Holidays Nightmare” says the Daily Mirror, with a poll for the paper claiming that 81% of people want isolation for everyone entering the UK.

Like many of the other papers, the Daily Express splashes on the changes to the travel list. The paper says that putting Portugal on the amber list is a “Summer Holiday Blow for Millions”.

The i says “Holiday in the UK to save 21 June”, as the paper reports on the changes to the holiday travel list. 21 June is when the next stage of lockdown measures is due...

“Hot hot hot hot hot hot!” writes the Daily Star Sunday as it reports that the UK could see as many as six heatwaves this summer – starting with this bank holiday weekend.For more details...

Ministers have been were forced to climb down on travel restrictions to English COVID hotspots after a day of mounting confusion and anger left millions of people wondering if they needed to cancel bank holiday...

The Daily Mirror writes that millions of people will be able to have a pint inside from Monday and take a foreign holiday as COVID curbs are lifted – though it is feared the surging...

The Times reports that plans for foreign holidays were in chaos on Sunday night after the health secretary warned against visiting countries on the “amber list” despite lifting a ban on leisure travel outside the...

Former prime minister David Cameron took flights to his holiday home in Cornwall on financier Lex Greensill’s private jet while lobbying the government during the pandemic, Metro reports.

Britons face the possibility of paying more for their required COVID tests than they spend on their actual holidays – that’s on the front of the Sunday Mirror.

The i reports on the potential hazards of holidaying abroad this summer, which, it says include long queues to re-enter the UK and hundreds of pounds in extra costs – even for those who are...

The Daily Express says the PM will next week unveil a “green list” of countries where travel will be allowed – meaning lockdown-weary families can at last go on a foreign holiday.

The Daily Telegraph says holidays will get the green light from 17 May – with the government set to announce that it will no longer be illegal to go abroad. Initially, only a “tiny handful” of...

British people could be holidaying in Spain by June after a tourism minister said the country is ready to have visitors again, the Daily Mirror reports.

British people could be holidaying in Spain by June after a tourism minister said the country is ready to have visitors again, the Daily Mirror reports.

The Times front page also features the newly-released picture of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on holiday in Scotland together.

British holidaymakers will have to pay hundreds of pounds for COVID-19 tests if they want to take a trip abroad this summer under plans to be announced by the government, says The Daily Telegraph.

The Times splashes on government scientists’ concerns that rising coronavirus infection rates in Europe could lead to a third wave in the UK – despite a successful vaccine rollout – and put summer holidays at...

Anyone thinking of an Easter holiday abroad will have their plans scuppered as those trying to leave the UK will have to show a permit proving they are travelling for essential reasons, writes The Daily...

Summer holidays could yet be on after the EU promised UK citizens would have access to a vaccination passport scheme, The Times says.

The stamp duty holiday will be extended for three months until June under new plans being drawn up by Chancellor Rishi Sunak to keep the property market going, according to The Times. 

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