How to deal with a lost or stolen passport

With cabinet ministers announcing that the summer is cancelled, your precious permit is looking increasingly obsolete. Indeed, the passports of a family of four are eroding at rate of £35 per annum.

But the two European giants, Ryanair and Tui, have in successive days declared that they are planning to start up operations in late June and be able to offer a plausible range of holiday opportunities by July.

Millions of Brits are looking forward to exercising their right to travel abroad, when it is at last restored – but that all depends on you being able to brandish your passport.

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