Red travel list: Travel expert Simon Calder discusses removal of 47 countries from the UK’s red list

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‘How you can suddenly lose 87% of countries on the red list?!’

Travel journalist Simon Calder talks to Arlene Foster after the Government removes 47 countries from the red list

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