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To maintain and improve the railway, Network Rail carries out regular planned engineering works on the network.
Work normally takes place at weekends or after 10 pm weekdays – but occasionally services are impacted at other times.
British Airways have suspended all flights to and from mainland China with immediate effect following advice from the Foreign Office against all but essential travel.
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China's 144-hour visa-free transit policy is carried out in Guangdong, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Liaoning, Chengdu, Xiamen, Qingdao, Wuhan, and Kunming as well as Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, to facilitate international travelers. It allows passengers from 53 countries or regions to transit in Guangdong Province, Shanghai-Jiangsu-Zhejiang region, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, Liaoning Province or Chinese cities of Chengdu, Xiamen, Qingdao, Wuhan, and Kunming for no more than 144 hours (6 days) without holding a visa.
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The European Parliament has confirmed that UK citizens will not need a visa to travel to the EU for short stays after Brexit, even in the event of a no deal.
The European Commission announced in November its intention to allow UK citizens to travel to the EU for up to 90 days within a 180-day period without needing a visa in November.
The European Parliament voted to approve the legislation yesterday.
This follows on from the confirmation a few weeks ago that flights will continue to operate, even in a no deal.
This means that two of the most important concerns for UK tourists and business travellers visiting the EU have been addressed and will provide a further boost to confidence about travel to the EU after Brexit.
UK Passports will need to be valid for 6 months after the return date to UK
Passengers flying to the US are being advised to arrive for their flight earlier than usual as new tighter security measures come into force from Wednesday 19th July. Travellers will face more vigorous screening, particularly of large electronic devices.
If you are flying from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia or Turkey to the UK (inbound not outbound), you will not be able to carry laptops, tablets and larger mobile phones in your hand baggage on these flights. In addition, the UK government has also said that certain items known as peripheral devices (which can be attached to a laptop, tablet or larger mobile phone) are also subject to new security requirements.
PLEASE BE GUIDED ACCORDINGLY.
The UK will follow the US and ban items such as laptops, tablets and other portable devices from some UK-bound flights.
The UK has announced a ban on certain electronic devices being carried on aircraft flying into the UK from six countries.
Passengers won"t be allowed to carry on laptops, tablets, and other portable devices, but mobile phones will be allowed.
The UK ban will apply to inbound direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia, a Government spokesperson said.
Passengers travelling from the above countries will not be allowed to bring electronic devices that are more than 16cm long, 9.3cm wide and 1.5cm in depth into the cabin. Any larger items will have to be checked in.
The move follows the United States which has imposed the restrictions on flights originating in Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kuwait, Jordan, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Doha and Istanbul.
The US has given airlines 96 hours, beginning at 07:00 GMT on Tuesday, to implement the ban, which officials said had no end date.
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