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Double-vaccinated holidaymakers returning from Portugal face quarantine
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Matt Hancock: Tough rules needed on international travel
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Portuguese MP: Still unclear whether Britons can visit Portugal yet
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India added to red list as concerns mount over coronavirus variants
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Britons scramble to leave Portugal as UK flights doubled on last day before new quarantine rules come into forceDouble the usual number of flights to the UK are due to leave Portugal as holidaymakers scramble to leave on the last day before the country move to the amber travel list.
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Holiday hopes - and fears - as green list review to be released todayBritons hoping to go on long-awaited holidays are due to find out today which countries will be moved onto the green list - and whether any will be taken off it.
UK records hottest temperature of the year so far as Brits enjoy bank holiday sunshineThe UK has recorded its hottest temperature of the year so far after the mercury hit 24.6C (76.3F) in Kinloss, northern Scotland, this afternoon.
SAGE scientist warns UK on a 'knife edge' as Britons take advantage of sunnier weatherThe busy bank holiday is expected to bring the warmest weather of the year so far, with temperatures expected to hit 25C today.
Britons pack beaches and parks as bank holiday set to bring hottest day of the year so farBritons have flocked to parks, beaches and pub gardens to enjoy the balmy bank holiday weekend - although the warmest weather of the year so far is still to come, forecasters say.
UK to build £200m national flagship to promote British industry abroadA £200m national flagship will be used to promote British trade and industry around the world, Boris Johnson has said.
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Josh Taylor v Jose Ramirez: Scot becomes first Brit to unify division in four-belt eraJosh Taylor becomes Britain's first ever undisputed world champion in the four-belt era after defeating Jose Ramirez by unanimous decision.
More than 37 million people in UK have now had first COVID jab - as more invites are sent outMore than 37 million Britons have received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while second jabs have now exceeded 21 million.
'Apply common sense' over travel to amber list countries, says ShappsBritons should "apply common sense" over whether or not they choose to fly to amber list countries, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says.
EU set to ease travel restrictions for vaccinated non-EU visitorsBritons are a step closer to being able to go on holiday in Europe after EU ambassadors agreed a plan to ease restrictions on foreign visitors.
PM warns Britons not to travel to amber list countries on holidayThe prime minister has warned people against travelling to amber list countries on holiday or for leisure purposes.
'It's amazing to be back': First 'over the moon' British holidaymakers arrive in PortugalThe first Britons have started arriving in green-listed Portugal after overseas holiday restrictions were lifted.
'A statement of hope and faith': Britons asked to plant trees to mark Queen's platinum jubileeFor decades planting trees has been part of the royal day job, but now we're all being asked to plant a tree to mark the Queen's platinum jubilee.
British troops battle sandstorm to seize Islamic State weapons cache, MoD saysBritish troops have battled a sandstorm and temperatures higher than 50C (122F) to seize a cache of weapons from Islamic State terrorists in Mali, the Ministry of Defence has said.
Fresh uncertainty for UK tourists as Portugal extends 'state of calamity' until 30 MayBritons hoping for a holiday in Portugal when travel restrictions lift next week are facing fresh uncertainty after the country extended its "state of calamity".
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Greek authorities offer £257k reward to catch killers who strangled British motherA €300,000 (£257,000) reward is being offered by the Greek government to track down burglars who strangled a British woman next to her baby in Athens.
No storm in a teacup as research finds climate change threatens future of the British cuppaClimate change could be about to impact a British institution - by changing the taste of a cup of tea, research has warned.
'We're safe and ready for Britons': Balearic Islands push to allow UK tourists in for summerBritish tourists could be welcomed back to the Balearic Islands as soon as this month, according to a senior Spanish official.
EU plans to welcome tourists next month - as No 10 told to 'discourage' holidaysThe EU plans on opening up to foreign tourists this summer – including Britons – but some MPs want restrictions to remain on travelling abroad due to the risk of COVID-19 variants.
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UK COVID passports for foreign travel are 'forthcoming', says GreeceCOVID passports allowing Britons to travel abroad this summer are "forthcoming", the Greek government has said.
Top travel boss 'confident' Med hotspots will be open for UK holidaymakers when schools break upA top travel boss has told Sky News he is "confident" Britons will be allowed to holiday abroad again from 17 May - while most of the Mediterranean hotspots "will be open" when schools break up for..
India added to UK red list as it records world's highest-ever daily case figureBritons arriving from India must now pay to quarantine in government-approved hotels for 10 days after the country was added to the travel red list.
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Almost 10 million Britons have had both coronavirus vaccine dosesMore than 9.9 million people in the UK have now received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, while nearly 33 million have had their first dose.
Govt refuses to confirm when foreign holidays can resume - as traffic light system unveiledThe government has refused to confirm whether foreign holidays will be permitted from 17 May - and where Britons will be able to travel without self-isolating on their return.
More than six million Britons fully vaccinated against coronavirusMore than six million people in the UK are now fully vaccinated against COVID, while nearly 32 million have had their first dose.
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One in four Britons is unwilling to change key habits that would help tackle climate crisis - pollAlmost 25% of Britons are unwilling to change key habits that would help tackle climate change, an exclusive poll for Sky News suggests.
PM has not 'given up' on foreign holidays from 17 May - and holidaymakers could use lateral flow testsBoris Johnson has not "given up" on allowing Britons to jet abroad from 17 May as he raised the prospect of holidaymakers being able to use cheaper and faster COVID tests on their return to the UK.
Snow day! UK braced for 'bitterly cold' Easter Monday with flurries in some partsIn a swift turnaround after a warm and sunny Easter Sunday, Britons have braced for near-freezing temperatures as snow falls in some parts of the country.
Britons to enjoy sunny Easter Sunday before cold snapTemperatures are set to climb to a possible 18C (64.4F) in the south of England today - putting Easter egg hunts at risk of becoming a chocolatey mess.
Fully vaccinated Britons could avoid quarantine on return from overseas holidaysFully vaccinated Britons may be allowed to avoid quarantine on their return from international holidays.
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