When lockdown lifts, don’t expect Brits to be booking holidays

Published on Huffpost on 16th May 2020:

After 50 days under lockdown, the UK government finally announced an easement of the restrictions that came into place in March.

Goaded by the recent spell of pleasant weather, thoughts have invariably turned to the summer holidays.

I’m going to pop your bubble now – the British public won’t be rushing to book a holiday just yet. At least they shouldn’t if they don’t have deep pockets.

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