‘Too early’ to book summer holidays even in UK, says Johnson

PM stresses need to go slowly in emerging from Covid lockdown in latest blow to travel industry

Boris Johnson has warned the public against pinning their hopes on a summer holiday, even in the UK, until the government announces its plans for lifting lockdown.

Ten days ago the health secretary, Matt Hancock, held out the hope of a “happy and free great British summer” and previously revealed that he has already booked his own family break in Cornwall.

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