But the Times warns that while the change is welcome, further action is needed before most Britons can enjoy a stress-free summer break. The paper notes that most people in their 20s and 30s won’t qualify, many people might miss their holiday if they have to self-isolate and there’s a risk that amber countries could still be moved to the red list at short notice, with case numbers surging across Europe.
- ‘Fury is my dream fight – but I bring pain!’
- Georgia gov. on reelection: Voters know the truth