British tourists’ left in the dark ‘by holiday quarantine, MPs say as anger over countries” red list ‘grows

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Mr Sunak said: “If we are to act as you have seen overnight, of course we will not hesitate to do it and we do it to protect people’s health.”The Department of Transportation said while changes to the list of travel corridors may be disruptive, public health remains the top priority and they are made as needed.

Henry Smith, conservative chairman of the Future of Aviation group, said ministers would be “damned” if they warned against the French quarantine and that it did not happen, and “damned” if they introduced one. suddenly, without warning. He said “the answer is test” and stressed that Germany is testing incoming passengers.

But Martyn James of the Resolver Complaints Department said: “The point is they [the travel industry] have announced a vacation and the government is encouraging us to go on vacation, but right now consumers are taking all the risks and that just isn’t fair.

MP Yvonne Fovargue, who chairs the all-party parliamentary group on consumer protection, said: “There appears to be a lack of transparency around the criteria the government uses to remove destinations from the list of safe countries to visit.

“There is no consistency that leads to public worry and worry. “

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