Passengers arriving from certain destinations will no longer need to self-isolate when arriving in England, transport secretary, Grant Shapps, will set out today.
Set in 150 acres of historic parkland, with private meadow, lake and woodland, Home Farm Glamping offers its guests a unique opportunity to relax with family and friends while reconnecting with nature and safely social distancing from others.
British prime minister Boris Johnson has confirmed pubs, restaurants, hotels and hairdressers can reopen from July 4th in England. Social distancing rules will also be eased, with guests expected to remain one metre apart at all times.
The UK transport committee has criticised a British Airways decision to cut 12,000 jobs in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, calling the move a “national disgrace”.
The UK department for transport has published new aviation guidance, setting out the measures the government believes operators should put in place to protect staff and passengers.
British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair have launched a combined legal action against what they have branded a “flawed” quarantine introduced by the government earlier this week.
Arrivals into the UK will be expected to quarantine for two weeks from today, in a move that has caused anxiety in the hospitality sector. Travellers arriving by plane, ferry or train - including UK nationals - must give an address where they will self-isolate.
365 Tickets, which traded under the names of 365 Global Tickets and 365 Tickets International, sold and distributed tickets for tourist attractions around the world and was expected to turnover £20-£25 million in the coming year.
A chorus of criticism from the hospitality industry has greeted confirmation the UK will introduce quarantine measures from next week. Home secretary Priti Patel underlined the new system will be implemented on Monday, with all arrivals in the country expected to self-isolate for 14-days.
A new survey among the owners and chief executives of UK travel and hospitality businesses says they expect to make redundant up to 60 per cent of their staff if planned quarantine measures are introduced by the government next Monday.