Did you know Covid-proofing your villa was deemed essential travel abroad? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-53266552 Boris Johnson's father has been criticised for travelling to Greece during the coronavirus lockdown. Stanley Johnson shared a number of pictures on his Instagram account on Wednesday, showing him arriving in Athens and at an airport in a mask. He told the Daily Mail he was in the country "on essential business" to ensure a property he rents out was "Covid-proof" before holidays restart. But the former Tory MEP has come under fire for breaking lockdown rules. Liberal Democrat MP Jamie Stone said the incident "stinks of one rule for them and another rule for the rest of us". The prime minster's official spokesman declined to comment. The current guidance on air travel from the UK Foreign Office advises against "all but essential international travel" because of the virus. Anyone who then returns to the UK has to isolate for 14 days, under the government's existing rules. There have been a number of reports that the UK will form "air bridge" agreements with certain countries to allow people to travel there and not isolate on their return - but a list has yet to be published. Greece has re-opened its borders to some foreign travellers - except those from Sweden and the UK, who have been told they cannot fly to the country until 15 July. But it has been reported Mr Johnson travelled via Bulgaria to avoid this rule.