Groups of British tourists have enjoyed a raucous night of drinking in Benidorm despite the the government’s new quarantine rules for Spain.
Crowds of merry holidaymakers were photographed in bars and restaurants drinking beers last night, while ignoring social distancing entirely.
Late on Monday, the Foreign Office said it would instead toughen up its advice and extend its recommendation against travel to mainland Spain to include the Spanish islands, based on an assessment of the risk.
A Foreign Office spokesperson said: “We have considered the overall situation for British nationals travelling to and from the Balearic and Canary islands, including the impact of the requirement to self-isolate on return to the UK, and concluded that we should advise British nationals against all non-essential travel to the whole of Spain.”
The lawsuit alleges that DHS officers along with Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Federal Protective Service violated constitutional rights to assembly and speech as well as unreasonable seizures.
It’s the latest lawsuit against the administration and its use of force. The ACLU also has accused federal law enforcement and Portland police for its attacks on street medics, while a federal judge has barred agents from targeting journalists.
Police officer Nirad Pholngeun this week told the Deccan Herald that trying to disperse large groups was “hopeless”.
He said: “Within a blink of an eye there are more monkeys. So many babies.”
Mr Hu tweeted: “The consulate didn’t pay enough compensation to local staff who are dismissed, triggering dissatisfaction.
“Goodwill needs to be matched with actions. Don’t just speak nicely.”