The Prime Minister’s father, Stanley Johnson, has failed to apologise for his trip to Greece, which critics said broke lockdown rules.
Speaking from near his holiday home in Pelion, Greece, Stanley Johnson said he hoped an agreement could be reached between England and Greece to enable tourists to travel more easily.
At the moment Greece will not allow direct flights from England. Mr Johnson allegedly flew to Bulgaria, and on to Greece, evading the flight restriction.
The current guidance on air travel from the UK Foreign Office advises against “all but essential international travel” because of the dangers of spreading the deadly virus.
At the end of May the Prime Minister’s top aide, Dominic Cummings, drove his wife and young son nearly 300 miles from London to his holiday home near Durham, and then on to a beauty spot, on his wife’s birthday, to test his eyesight he claimed.
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