mirror mirror.co.uk 23 Feb, 2021 21:45 am

Brits holiday hope as post-lockdown bonanza sees bookings soar by 600 percent

Brits holiday hope as post-lockdown bonanza sees bookings soar by 600 percent
Brits have a hol lot of hope as travel firms see a surge in bookings - one couple, who have seen three holidays cancelled,are looking to return to their beloved Tenerife as soon as possible

Do you enjoy reading about politics?Sign up for all the best politics news from the Mirror Do you enjoy reading about politics?Families flocked to book summer holidays after Boris Johnson’s announced easing of Covid curbs.Boris Johnson ’s roadmap allows domestic breaks in self-contained accommodation, such as holiday lets, where indoor facilities are not shared with other households, from April 12 at the earliest.

Sign up for all the best politics news from the Mirror The timings left some disappointed as April 12 is the earliest any breaks are allowed, scuppering hopes of an Easter away.On the same date a taskforce will say if people in England can holiday abroad, although the curbs will remain until at least May 17.

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