Sky News Breakfast with Kay Burley: Can we book a holiday to a ‘green list’ destination?

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    With Kay Burley on Friday June 25th:

    – Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says he will not be booking a holiday abroad;

    – Football stadiums, leisure centres and supermarkets are being prepared for a ‘grab a jab’ weekend;

    – and Lewis Hamilton voices concern as Silverstone is given permission for 140,000 fans to attend the British Grand Prix in July?

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