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WTTC Says UK Travel & Tourism Sector Expected to Create 70,000 New Jobs Over Next 10 Years

The World Travel and Tourism Council’s recent Economic Impact Report (EIR) has revealed that the UK’s Travel and Tourism sector is expected to create around 700,000 new jobs over the next decade. The WTTC estimates that an average of 70,000 new jobs will be created each year for the next ten years in the former …

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UK: NHS COVID Pass to Be Dropped for Domestic Use

The government of the United Kingdom has announced NHS COVID Pass has been dropped for domestic use. Such a decision means that Britain’s citizens will no longer be required to present such documents when traveling within the Kingdom, VisaGuide.World reports. Through a statement, the UK’s government confirmed that from today, May 12, the NHS COVID …

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UK to Launch Highly Selective Visa for World’s Top Graduates on May 30

The government of the United Kingdom has unfolded its plans to initiate a “highly selective” visa program on May 30, which targets bachelor’s, master and PhD graduated students from the world’s best universities in order to support growth and innovation. The list of institutions outside Britain that are ranked in at least two or three …

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Lawmakers in UK Urge Government to Ease Entry Rules for Ukrainian Refugees

Lawmakers in the United Kingdom are mounting pressure on the government to facilitate the entry requirements for refugees from Ukraine after fewer than 1,000 visas have been issued so far. In this regard, the Westminster leader of the Scottish National Party,  Ian Blackford, told Prime Minister Boris Johnson that nobody should support the UK’s response …

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UK Imposes Testing Requirements Due to Omicron Variant

Authorities in the United Kingdom have tightened their travel restrictions on Saturday due to the spread of the COVID-19’s Omicron variant that has affected many countries worldwide. The new rules include that all travelers who are planning to enter England, as the same will be required to take a COVID-19 test before they board their …

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UK: Points-Based Immigration System Continues to Deliver People’s Priorities

The United Kingdom’s government has recalled that one year has passed since Britain launched the points-based migration system that aims to attract talented and skilled persons from all over the world. Through a statement published by the country’s government, the introduction of such a scheme marked the biggest shift in immigration policy in recent history, …

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UK’s Travel & Tourism Sector Risks Facing £5.3 Billion Financial Until End of This Year

The United Kingdom’s travel and tourism sector risks facing £5.3 billion financial loss before the end of this year if travel restrictions imposed to stop the further spread of the virus would be reintroduced this winter. In addition, more than 180,000 jobs could be lost across the UK’s travel and tourism sector during this year, …

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UK Removes All Countries From Its Red List

Travellers from Colombia, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Haiti, Peru, and Venezuela will no longer be required to follow mandatory hotel quarantine rule when planning to enter the United Kingdom’s territory starting from November 1, as the latter’s government has removed the final seven countries that were placed in the red list.  “This is another …

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