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    The government is due to deliver its latest travel advice on Thursday after Matt Hancock gave fresh hope to the prospect of summer holidays this year. Popular holiday hotspots such as Malta and the Balearic Islands – which include Ibiza, Mallorca, Minorca and Formentera – could be added to the UK’s ‘green list’ on Thursday as part of the government’s traffic light system for overseas travel, sources suggest.

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