“Utterly shambolic” – the leaders of Scotland and Wales have delivered a blistering verdict on the way the UK government has handled the rules for those travelling abroad.
First there was a hastily imposed 14-day quarantine. Now less than a month later, the government has published a list of 73 countries and territories which, from 10 July, are exempt.
The Welsh First Minister called it a clear case of announcing a decision first and making up the details later.
We report from Gatwick.