Theresa May attacks Government’s travel ban: ‘global Britain shut for business’

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    Theresa May has attacked the Government’s stance on travel, saying the UK is “falling behind the rest of Europe”.

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    She added: “It needs to decide whether it wants an airline industry and aviation sector in the UK or not, because at the rate it’s going it won’t have one. It is incomprehensible that one of the most heavily-vaccinated countries in the world is one that is most reluctant to give its citizens the freedoms those vaccinations should support.”

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