Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Travel warnings and border controls The Czech Republic (picture) and Poland are carrying out checks at the border with Germany to protect against the spread of the coronavirus. Since Monday (March 9), travelers have faced random temperature checks. The German government has warned against travelling to risk areas. And air passengers from China, Japan, South Korea, Iran and Italy will have to expect controls when entering Germany. … [Read more...] about What do the new EU-visa rules mean for Africans?
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The letter says: 'The people of this country do not wish to be prevented from travelling. The government itself has urged people to use their common sense in terms of their behaviour. Quite simply, it is time to switch the emphasis from protection to economic recovery, before it is too late.' … [Read more...] about Are summer holidays BACK ON? Now Matt Hancock says he ‘absolutely wouldn’t rule out’ a foreign trip in JULY just weeks after saying it would not be possible – as Ryanair reveals bookings have surged
Johnson has often made noise about “reforming” the civil service, neutering the power of judges, starving the BBC and cracking down on humanities graduates. Some of this was a political tactic for building a new electoral coalition. But Cummings’ hostility to those he caricatures as “People in SW1 … babbling about gender identity diversity” is real. Conservatism is in part a rejection of abstract ideas such as human rights, equality and the European Union, in favour of more concrete things such as family, home and England: that’s why a “citizen of the world” is a “citizen of nowhere”. For a long time, Conservatives countered abstraction with celebrations of custom, habit and tradition. More recently, they contrasted it with the “natural” and “spontaneous” order of the market. Today, at least in Cummings’ world, abstract thinking must give way to The Data. … [Read more...] about In Cummings’ mind, clever people break the rules. The rest of us follow them
The first page on all UK passports reads: “Her Britannic Majesty's Secretary of State requests and requires in the name of Her Majesty all those whom it may concern to allow the bearer to pass freely without let or hindrance and to afford the bearer such assistance and protection as may be necessary.” … [Read more...] about Royal travel rule that William will benefit from won’t apply to Kate or the kids
Victoria – No: gyms, yoga studios, and fitness classes, and indoor personal training are prohibited. Up to 10 people can gather outside for activities like hiking, jogging , bike riding, canoeing, kayaking and other non-contact sports. Outdoor boot camps of up to 10 people plus the trainer are also allowed. Public swimming pools are closed, as are outdoor pools and ocean baths, but you can swim at the beach. Playgrounds, outdoor gums, and skateparks also reopened on May 26. Up to 20 people will be allowed to take part in outdoor groups sport from 1 June. Indoor and outdoor swimming pools will allow 20 patrons per enclosed space and 3 swimmers per pool lane. From June 22, indoor sports facilities, like gyms, can open up to 20 clients at a time, per separate enclosed space, as long as the four square metre rule is followed. Only 10 people will be allowed per group/ activity. … [Read more...] about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules and restrictions explained: how far can I travel, and can I have people over?