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    Boris Johnson has insisted that people should not go on holiday to amber list countries.

    Speaking at PMQs, he said people should not travel to “amber list countries except for some extreme circumstances”.

    He said: “We are trying to move away from endlessly legislating everything…it is very very clear, Mr Speaker, you should not be going to an amber list country except for some extreme circumstances, such as the illness of a family member.”

    He added that those who do not quarantine after travelling to an amber list country will “face substantial fines”.

    Read more here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/05/19/dominic-cummings-lockdown-news-holidays-boris-johnson-pmqs-australia/

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