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Grant Shapps to hold green list press conference TONIGHT to reveal UK holiday plans

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GRANT Shapps is to hold a press conference tonight to reveal the green list of destinations for holidays this summer.

The Transport Secretary will lead the Downing Street briefing from 5pm.

🔵 Read our coronavirus and green list announcement live blog for the latest updates

He will set out which countries Brits can travel to without having to quarantine on their return.

The plan will be signed off at a COVID-O meeting this morning.

Countries will be ranked either green, amber or red under a new traffic light system.

Only a handful of European countries are expected to make the first round of the green list, including Malta, Gibraltar, Iceland and Finland.

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