Washington Daily News

Travel to France: Until next year, Britons must adhere to a rigorous set of rules when visiting France. HOLIDAYS HAVE BECOME EASIER FOR BRITISH TOURISTS this autumn, as travel restrictions have been gradually relaxed. However, other places, like as France, compel visitors to adhere to rigorous laws once they arrive. Tourists and residents must show proof of vaccination or a negative test to attend tourist attractions and hospitality venues under France’s health passport. The French government recently extended the requirement for a health card until July 2022. Indoor areas, such as restaurants, bars, retail malls, and significant tourist attractions, require…

‘Eerie’ is the label given to the UK’s ‘dark spooky’ castles to visit for Halloween. HALLOWEEN is a fantastic opportunity to visit a haunted castle. Finding the greatest site for a scare in the UK couldn’t be easier, with thousands of castles to choose from. Thousands of castles can be found throughout the United Kingdom. While castles are popular sites with lots to offer at any time of year, Halloween is a unique opportunity to visit one or many. According to a new poll, 33% of Britons believe in the supernatural. According to the report, one in every eleven Britons…

Journalist claims his iPhone was hacked after he received a text message from a hacker. Someone just sent him a text message, according to a journalist, who had his iPhone hijacked. When the journalist Ben Hubbard received the mail, he claims he did not click anything. His phone was hijacked twice, according to a spyware research institute where he works. Saudi Arabia, according to Hubbard, may be responsible for the hacking of his iPhone. Pegasus spyware is alleged to have been used in at least one of the hacking attempts. The iPhone of a journalist was hacked. According to his…

For half term and Halloween, ‘Atlantic storms’ are expected, as well as ‘prolonged heavy rain.’ Another storm system is expected to sweep through the country just in time for Halloween, bringing with it strong winds and ‘prolonged heavy rain,’ making for a terrible end to the month. Storms and floods are expected to accompany an aggressive weather system moving across the Atlantic, making October a nightmare. Following a’mini-heatwave’ to start the month, conditions have been significantly more unpredictable in recent days, with last week’s Storm Aurore bringing flash flooding and even a’mini tornado’ in areas of the UK. Forecasters are…