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Meanwhile in the UK 🇬🇧 A £5,000 fine for anyone in England trying to travel abroad without good reason is due to come into force next week as part of new covid laws.

The penalty is included in legislation that will be voted on by MPs on Thursday.

The new law states that no one can “leave England to travel to a destination outside the UK 🇬🇧 , or travel to, or be present at, an embarkation point for the purpose of travelling from there to a destination outside the United Kingdom” without a reasonable excuse.

Fines of £5,000 can be issued to those who break this rule, according to the regulations.

Foreign travel for a holiday is already illegal, but the punishment is a new measure.

A £200 fixed penalty notice can already be issued to those who fail to fill in a travel declaration form, which includes personal details and reason for travel, for those leaving the UK.

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