Holidaymakers able to go to France from June 9?
Since March, travel from the British Isles to France - and other countries - has been limited to essential reasons only, including work, study and legal obligations - with holidays illegal.
Ministers are currently finalising the green list, and while many travel favourites aren't expected to make the initial cut when non-essential travel is allowed again from May 17 - many are being touted for late June.
Reviews are expected to take place every few weeks, with speculation rife that France, Greece and Spain will be given the green light next month.
A leaked report posted in The Telegraph at the end of last week said British holidaymakers would be able to go to France from June 9 if they are vaccinated or have a negative Covid test.