Boris Johnson refuses to set hard date for Britain to reopen for international travel

Britons will have to wait a little longer before booking summer holidays amid fears of COVID variants, despite the UK government unveiling a tiered “traffic light” travel system.

The news comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed off on England entering the next phase of easing COVID-19 restrictions, which will mean non-essential retail such as shops and outdoor dining can reopen from next week.

“On Monday the 12th I will be going to the pub myself and cautiously but irreversibly…

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