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This is where some NI politicians hoped to go on holiday, but now... they're staying closer to home

The coronavirus pandemic has put paid to many foreign holidays, as local representatives tell Linda Stewart

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Majorca is a favourite of Jim Rodgers

Majorca is a favourite of Jim Rodgers

Bernice Swift loves Malta

Bernice Swift loves Malta

Dolores Kelly was planning trip to Portugal

Dolores Kelly was planning trip to Portugal

Italy, where Paula Bradshaw had hoped to visit before Stormont row

Italy, where Paula Bradshaw had hoped to visit before Stormont row

Claire Hanna has deep family roots in Galway

Claire Hanna has deep family roots in Galway

Rachel Woods adores Donegal

Rachel Woods adores Donegal

Rain or sun (usually the former) the Erne County is great spot to visit, insists Bernice Swift

Rain or sun (usually the former) the Erne County is great spot to visit, insists Bernice Swift

Roy Beggs had to cancel trip to Canada to visit his son

Roy Beggs had to cancel trip to Canada to visit his son

Roy Beggs did manage to walk part of the Ulster Way from Ballyboley to Cairncastle

Roy Beggs did manage to walk part of the Ulster Way from Ballyboley to Cairncastle

Majorca is a favourite of Jim Rodgers

Alliance MLA Paula Bradshaw sparked controversy when she said she was intent on going on holiday to Italy even though the Executive guidance said foreign travel should only be taken if essential. Critics pointed out that she is a member of the Assembly's health committee at Stormont and was therefore sending out the wrong message to the public. Later she announced she was cancelling her trip.

We asked a selection of other local politicians where they fancied going on a break this summer and this is what they said.

Jim Rodgers