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Heading: USA holidays: Britons could be banned from America over strict new social media rules Travel News Travel Express.co.uk

Description / HTTP Status: USA holidays are well loved by Britons but new entry rules could see Britons banned from America as lawyers warn social media may be examined for suspicious material. Those with previous alcohol or drugs related offences are particularly at risk.

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