Scottish Government rejects UK proposals for travel restart

In an extraordinary move,  the Scottish Government has rejected the UK Government plans to get travel working again. There was supposed to be an announcement of which countries Brits could visit and not have to quarantine for 14 days on return. At the weekend the list was supposed to be published on Monday. Travel Agents saw an upturn in bookings but so far there is silence.

Today, the UK Transport Sectretary says that it’s Scotland denying Brits their hols.

There is a suggestion that the Scottish Government will consider the health implications for the list – this about 24 hours after they suggested that they could create a border with England to check visitors.

So, we may get a carefully considered set of countries, but more likely this is all about Scotland giving England a bloody nose.


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