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  • Data Protection: at last, the UK has an adequacy decision!

    Just two days before the expiry of the bridging period, on 28th June the EU Commission adopted two adequacy decisions for the UK – as a result, personal data can now flow freely from the EU to the UK where it benefits from an essentially equivalent level of protection to that guaranteed under EU law. […]

  • ABTOT Associate Travlaw talk about latest travel rules

    Once Vaccinated, Twice – Fly! Portugal and Malta have recently announced that tourists travelling from the UK will need to have received two vaccinations in order to avoid an obligation to quarantine on arrival.  In this article one of our Senior Associates Nick Parkinson, looks at what these ‘double vaccination before entry’ rules mean for the […]

  • Stand in our shoes – a travel industry view of the pandemic

    Whilst Britain is set to ‘take its foot off the accelerator to save lives’, the real irony for many businesses is this move accelerates the likelihood they’ll face further problems in their fight for survival. The pandemic has taken its toll on many businesses, across a wide range of sectors, but none I believe as […]