Minister warns booking summer holidays early could 'jeopardise progress made'

Minister warns booking summer holidays early could ‘jeopardise progress made’

A Cabinet minister has urged people to wait for the Government’s announcement on international travel before booking a summer break.

An announcement on which countries people in England will be able to visit from May 17 is expected this week, as the rules change to allow foreign travel for non-essential reasons.

However, International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has urged people to be patient while the Government make decisions on which destinations will be included.

There could be fewer than a dozen countries in the original ‘green’ list, which would allow for quarantine-free travel back to England.

However, the final decision has not yet been made with ministers saying they are waiting for the most up to date information from across the world.

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Ms Trust told Sky News: ““Well we won’t have much longer to wait to get the full announcement from the travel taskforce.

“I would suggest that…

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