If you want to go to another country from the UK, you have to give a reason, the government warned the citizens
LONDON: The British government has made it mandatory for people wishing to go abroad to give a written reason after which they will be allowed to leave the country.
The new code, enacted by the British government, will take effect on Monday. From March 8, people going abroad will be given a form at the airport stating why they are leaving the UK.
The form clearly states that you can travel for education, health, charity, charity work but you cannot go from one country to another without a reason. Anyone who fails to provide accurate information will be fined 200 200. This law has been introduced in order to maximize the implementation of the lockdown.