UK-France travel: which documents are needed?

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Travel between the UK and France is possible this summer, subject to some extra requirements

With quarantine-free travel now possible between the UK and France, what, if any, extra documentation will travellers be required to have?

Travel between the UK and France is once again possible, without the need to quarantine at either side. This is the case for people travelling from or to England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

However, travel companies still have certain extra requirements in place, which we break down here. 

Travel rules are not dependent on nationality, but rather where people are travelling from. For example, British citizens living in the US are not currently permitted to travel to France (unless they are residents returning home) due to the ongoing travel ban with certain non-EU countries including the USA, however US ...

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