Ireland to crack down on 'Dublin dodge' used to evade UK travel ban

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Travellers from Middle East using Irish capital as a backdoor into Britain to swerve coronavirus rules

The Irish government has promised to crack down on travellers from the Middle East who use the “Dublin dodge” to enter the UK and evade coronavirus restrictions.

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The number of people flying to Dublin from Dubai has increased since the UK added the United Arab Emirates to a travel ban list last month, prompting concern that passengers are using Ireland’s capital as a back door to Britain.

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