Now then, let’s see - when was it? Ah yes, the twenty-ninth of April. That would be seven weeks ago. The British Ambassador, Hugh Elliott, had arrived in Mallorca for the first time ever. He had a meeting with President Armengol and tourism minister Iago Negueruela. And what did he say? Well, he “couldn’t say more”. Those were his words.
The week in tourism: The Green List - is it just all politics?
The UK government hasn’t the slightest intention of opening up further travel until the end of July
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- British driving licence deal could be "tied to agreement over Gibraltar"
- Deal with Spain over British driving licences is "close," British ambassador gives update
- Hundreds gather in Palma to denounce "tourism intensification"
- British tourist who was in a coma after attack by a Magalluf doorman
- Heavy rains and big drop in temperatures forecast for Thursday