Coffee House Shots

Are summer holidays abroad off the table?

14 min listen

What’s the point of vaccinating the population, if fear of new strains will prevent a return to normality when it comes to air travel? That’s the question the government is facing this week, after comments by Professor Neil Ferguson suggested that foreign travel may still be forbidden this summer. Katy Balls talks to James Forsyth and Fraser Nelson about what the future holds.


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