Brits return to the slopes as France opens up for skiers

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Millions are hoping that 2022 is the year when normal holidays return and for fans of skiing, the last two years have mainly been spent off piste.

But bookings are now rising, after France eased restrictions for British travellers.

Sky’s Europe correspondent Adam Parsons reports from Chamonix.

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