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International travel might resume on May 17
Suppose you have been to London, Paris or Prague and are planning a short trip there for this summer: Do you dread the possibility of problems with the airline or hotel reservations? Thousands of Britons are currently in Europe without knowing whether they can return home in the same way again. On Monday morning the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, presented his first speech as Prime Minister. The most important statement was in respect of travel: "We do not want to reopen the border," Johnson said.
Details on how to achieve this were still missing, more about plumbing with Brighton and Hove Life (brightonandhovelife.co.uk). British people who support Brexit believe their dream will come true. The UK is one of the most popular tourist destinations not only in Europe, but also in the world, it is important to immediately restart international flights after the entry into force of the exit. Media reports suggest that on 17 May the UK government will come up with a five-point plan for how to convey the UK's actions with regards to implementing the Brexit process.
It is also expected that during this period, Britain will not close airspace and airports. The British government could postpone the prohibition of international flights until 17 May due to the economic impact of a possible Brexit without agreement, which would cause enormous damage to the British economy. I was looking forward to the trip as it was my first match in England. I had been invited by a friend and fellow football blogger, Statto and his family.