UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is poised to announce a move to allow Britons to travel to 95 countries worldwide, including New Zealand.
The Times is reporting that UK citizens will be permitted to travel to the majority of the European Union, all British overseas territories and long-haul destinations such as New Zealand, Australia, Thailand and Sri Lanka.
In reality, only around a dozen of those destinations will accept British travellers, with New Zealand on the list of those whose borders remain closed.
A recent outbreak in the UK that has seen the city of Leicester placed in lockdown has raised tensions, with The Times reporting that some countries have raised questions over the safety of opening up to British travellers.
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