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Britons allowed to go abroad during the travel ban face £200 FINES if they fail to get a permit

Added 03-05-21 12:36:02pm EST - “From Monday, people travelling internationally from England will need to complete and carry a Declaration to Travel document downloaded from the Government's website.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Britons allowed abroad face £200 FINES if they don't get travel permit”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Travellers face being fined £200 if they turn up at an airport without a new form under a new clampdown on illegal travel.

The Department for Transport announced today that from Monday, people travelling internationally from England will need to complete and carry a Declaration to Travel document downloaded from the Government's website.

The three-page form asks the traveller to set out their reason for needing to go abroad during the travel ban. 

And the firm warns them they also face fines or even being arrested if they give 'false or misleading information'. 

Foreign leisure travel is banned until May 17 at the earliest, but essential travel is still permitted for a range of business, education and compassionate reasons.

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