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Those talks, if they happened at all had exactly the opposite effect to the planned outcome resulting in the change in FCO advice to the islands as well as mainland Spain.
The travel industry will not survive if this government doesn't get its act together, we recognise things can change and we could all see mainland Spain was an issue but why announce one change at 1830 on the busiest Saturday of the year when 24 hours earlier would avoided hundreds of thousands having to quarantine and potentially losing two weeks pay when they return home, and then change the advice again barely 48 hours later?
Does anyone in Government talk to the industry to see the consequences of their actions, for those customers yet to book for 2020, who would take the risk and what will this do for the thousands dependent on this industry for their livelihoods?