Jeebus Remoaners, get a grip:
Tourism and travel leaders have expressed disappointment and frustration after it emerged that the UK will not be taking part in an EU-led data-sharing project to reboot tourism as lockdowns lift.
The European commission has launched an app and website that provide travellers with real-time information about coronavirus rules and the status of infections in each European country. A commission spokesman told the Guardian the UK was not included as the government had not asked to be involved.
It’s an app. Onna phone. Which will be used by three and a half people. None of whom actually need that info on an app – even the most vigorous of tourists doesn’t change country more than once a day or so. All of the information will still be available online via Mr. Google anyway. And if you’re the data package to run an app then you’ve the ability to use Mr. Google.
But, you know, Wah, Wah, the UK isn’t joining an EU thingie, aren’t we terrible?