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Ryanair Rolls Out Covid-19 Travel Wallet

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Ryanair has officially launched its Covid-19 Travel Wallet, where customers can upload details of Covid documents such as negative PCR tests, vaccination certificates. The budget carrier, which has already said it would roll out such a system, said the wallet is only available in the Ryanair app. The UK government’s Global Travel Taskforce is discussing whether …

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Spain Considers Offering Restriction-Free Entry for Vaccinated Brits

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Spain’s government has unfolded its plans to create a “green corridor” for all citizens of the United Kingdom who have been vaccinated against the Coronavirus if the European Union fails to reach an agreement on vaccination documents. Spain’s Tourism Minister Fernando Valdés has confirmed that the country is seeking to reach a mutual agreement with …

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Spain Contemplates Bilateral Deals If EU Can´t Agree On Vaccine Certificates

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Spain will consider a “green corridor” for vaccinated British tourists if there is no EU agreement on vaccination passports, the country’s tourism minister has said, as the European commission prepared to table a proposal for leaders this month. Fernando Valdés said his government would seek to find agreement on a common system among the 27 member states …

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BANNED FROM EU: APPLES, BEEF, CHEESE AND OTHER ITEMS YOU CANNOT...

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union means travellers face bans on a wide range of goods. As a Dutch television report showed, border officials have been confiscating sandwiches from motorists arriving in the Netherlands from the UK – with one frontier guard telling a driver: “Welcome to the Brexit, sir.” Many items are now prohibited from …

Ryanair warns it may axe all UK flights from the end...

Ryanair may cut all flights from the UK and Ireland from the end of January as it blasted governments in both countries for their ‘draconian’ approach to Covid. The drastic warning came as the budget carrier said the new lockdowns will see January traffic fall to under 1.25 million passengers, and plummet further to 500,000 …

EU finalises agreement for reopening of external borders

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The Twenty-seven have now agreed in principle on the criteria that countries, whose nationals will be allowed to travel into the European Union, must...

Prepare for Winter Driving

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With many people about to set off on a road trip taking them back to their homeland for the festive season, it is important to remember that during a long journey the weather conditions can change dramatically, and although it may be sunny and pleasant when you set off, all too quickly the scene can …

The Sound of Silence

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From 1 July, all electric vehicles sold in the European Union must emit a noise when travelling at 20 kilometres per hour or less. The legislation aims at making it easier for other road users, such as pedestrians, to be aware of the presence of the vehicles which may otherwise approach in silence. Generally, the …

Orihuela and Montesinos to get Free EU WiFi Grant

The municipalities of Orihuela and Los Montesinos are amongst fifty towns across Valencia set to benefit from a European Union grant to allow the installation of free public WiFi. The European Commission announced the results of the second wave of proposals under the WiFi4EU project, from which a total of 51 municipalities in the Valencia …

Europe Approves Speed Limiters

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The European Parliament has approved a proposal that will see speed limiters mandatory for vehicles. As of May 2022, new vehicles manufactured in the European Union, or sold within the territory, must have a speed limiter installed, a measure that will be extended to the rest of the automotive sector in 2024. For many years …

European employment subsidy for Pilar de la Horadada

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The Employment and Youth Service has received an EU grant of 178,141 euros that will enable 36 young people in the municipality to receive...

WHAT’S NOT TO LIKE?

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Although the current ‘party line’ in the UK appears to demand that the European Union be viewed with acute suspicion and blamed for everything...

EU UNVEILS JOBLESS BENEFITS OVERHAUL

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The European Union has outlined new benefits reforms delayed by the Brexit campaign. The proposal clarifies rights for EU expatriate workers and their host...

ZAPATA CALLS FOR BETTER CONTROL OF EUROPEAN GRANT

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The Orihulea PSOE will ask the December Plenary that they create a all party committee made up of both politicians and of municipal technicians,...

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION TO BE MANDATORY ON FOODS

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In Spain it will be mandatory, from 13 December, for labels on foodstuffs to include nutritional information, consisting of energy values, quantities of fats,...