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Europe's travel industry counts on British holidaymakers to lead tourism rebound(Photo by WeRoad on Unsplash)

Europe's travel industry counts on British holidaymakers to lead tourism rebound

Reuters |
UPDATED ON APR 14, 2021 07:53 PM IST
Battered by the Covid-19 pandemic, Europe's travel industry is counting on British holidaymakers to lead a tourism rebound this summer. After one of the world's fastest vaccination programmes, Britons could be permitted to travel from late May.
Britons enjoy golf, picnics as Covid-19 curbs lift on some outdoor activities(Photo by Mikael Frivold on Unsplash)
Britons enjoy golf, picnics as Covid-19 curbs lift on some outdoor activities(Photo by Mikael Frivold on Unsplash)

Britons enjoy golf, picnics as Covid-19 curbs lift on some outdoor activities

Reuters |
UPDATED ON APR 07, 2021 06:28 PM IST
As Covid-19 rules relax, golf courses, tennis courts and open-air swimming pools reopen in England while a ban on non-essential travel lifts up too though most shops, pubs, restaurants and hotels remain closed in Britain
Britain faces biggest Covid-19 test to reopen economy this summer(Photo by Heidi Fin on Unsplash)
Britain faces biggest Covid-19 test to reopen economy this summer(Photo by Heidi Fin on Unsplash)

Britain faces biggest Covid-19 test to reopen economy this summer

Bloomberg |
UPDATED ON MAR 27, 2021 02:41 PM IST
An official warned that if Britons were allowed to go overseas this summer, it would be 'madness' since Covid-19 deaths and hospitalisations are plateauing nationwide amid a potential shortage of coronavirus vaccine shots that are raising concerns of undermining the UK’s progress
Foreign travel continues to be a dream for Britons this summer amid Covid-19(Photo by Fas Khan on Unsplash)
Foreign travel continues to be a dream for Britons this summer amid Covid-19(Photo by Fas Khan on Unsplash)

Foreign travel continues to be a dream for Britons this summer amid Covid-19

Reuters |
UPDATED ON MAR 21, 2021 05:01 PM IST
While half of all adults in Britain have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said that it is too early for Britons to book summer holidays abroad
Cyprus targets return in tourist traffic, opens door to Covid vaccinated Britons(Twitter/celebrityradio)
Cyprus targets return in tourist traffic, opens door to Covid vaccinated Britons(Twitter/celebrityradio)

Cyprus targets return in tourist traffic, opens door to Covid vaccinated Britons

Bloomberg |
PUBLISHED ON MAR 05, 2021 07:32 PM IST
Eastern Mediterranean's island nation, Cyprus, will admit elderly UK holidaymakers or visitors from Britain from May 1, provided they have had a second dose of an European Medicines Agency-approved Covid-19 vaccine at least seven days before travelling
Britons to plant trees to mark Queen Elizabeth’s 70 years on throne(Twitter/Newscorner111)
Britons to plant trees to mark Queen Elizabeth’s 70 years on throne(Twitter/Newscorner111)

Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee to see four-day celebrations, Britons will plant trees to mark 70 years on throne

London | By Reuters | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz
UPDATED ON NOV 29, 2020 09:17 AM IST
Britain gears up for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee in February, will celebrate 70 years of service of the longest-reigning monarch in British history by planting native trees to help the environment and make local areas greener
The news media’s dwindling revenue is accentuated by so-called ‘blacklists’ of words that leads to adverts not appearing online beside stories that include words such as coronavirus, Covid-19 or deaths.(PTI)
The news media’s dwindling revenue is accentuated by so-called ‘blacklists’ of words that leads to adverts not appearing online beside stories that include words such as coronavirus, Covid-19 or deaths.(PTI)

Buy a newspaper, Britons told, as Covid-19 enfeebles UK media

Hindustan Times, London | By Prasun Sonwalkar
UPDATED ON APR 19, 2020 03:48 PM IST
Oliver Dowden, Culture secretary, made the plea in an article in The Times, reminding readers that the ‘news industry’ is providing a vital service by giving important information to people as the pandemic takes an increasing toll of lives in the UK: over 15,000 deaths.
The survey of 2,001 individuals was carried out in the first two weeks of October, a period that saw heightened uncertainty as Prime Minister Boris Johnson attempted to agree a departure agreement with the European Union and the Bank of England warned of “material risks” of economic disruption in the event of a no-deal Brexit.(AP Photo)
The survey of 2,001 individuals was carried out in the first two weeks of October, a period that saw heightened uncertainty as Prime Minister Boris Johnson attempted to agree a departure agreement with the European Union and the Bank of England warned of “material risks” of economic disruption in the event of a no-deal Brexit.(AP Photo)

Consumer confidence slumps to six-year low as Britons fret about finances

Bloomberg | By Lucy Meakin
UPDATED ON OCT 31, 2019 06:54 PM IST
Growth for Knowledge said its key index fell by two points to minus 14. All five measures of confidence declined, with households’ view of their own finances over the next year slipping three points.
The advisory updated on a regular basis for the benefit of Britons visiting India is against all travel to the immediate vicinity of the border with Pakistan.(PTI image)
The advisory updated on a regular basis for the benefit of Britons visiting India is against all travel to the immediate vicinity of the border with Pakistan.(PTI image)

UK issues advisory, warns citizens in J-K to be ‘vigilant’

Hindustan Times, London | By Prasun Sonwalkar
UPDATED ON AUG 03, 2019 08:33 PM IST
Noting the cancellation of Amarnath Yatra and New Delhi’s advice to tourists in the state, the revised advisory says the British high commission is monitoring the situation and asks Britons in the state to follow the advice of local authorities.
British prime minister Theresa May wrote a “letter to the nation” Sunday vowing to campaign with “heart and soul” for her Brexit deal .(HT File Photo)
British prime minister Theresa May wrote a “letter to the nation” Sunday vowing to campaign with “heart and soul” for her Brexit deal .(HT File Photo)

UK PM Theresa May pens open letter to Britons lauding Brexit deal

London | By Agence France-Presse
UPDATED ON NOV 25, 2018 10:13 AM IST
The Sunday Telegraph reported that members of her own cabinet and EU diplomats are secretly working on “plan B” proposals, fearing lawmakers will reject the current deal.
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