Fewer than a third of people in Britain, France, Germany, Denmark and Sweden would still continue with their holiday plans if they had to quarantine on their return
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Boris Johnson signalled this week his readiness to send one of Britain’s two new aircraft carriers off to the Far East. The aim, it seems, is to let China know that Britain won’t stand idly by in the face of bad Chinese behaviour generally and in the South China Sea in particular. Is this a welcome re-assertion that Britain, one of the world’s few nuclear powers and an elite permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, means business, or is it an absurd piece of posturing against a country so much more powerful than we are?
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Chinese and American tourists are even less welcome
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