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TRAVELLERS heading to France have been warned about the approaching anniversary of the Yellow Vest Movement, which could see their holidays thrown into chaos. The anniversary of the political protest is due to happen on November 17. How safe is it to head to the region?

PUBLISHED: 16:24, Fri, Nov 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 16:47, Fri, Nov 1, 2019

Travellers jetting off to France have been issued a warning from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office ahead of the first anniversary of the Yellow Vest (Gilets Jaunes) Movement. Protests are expected to break out over the period, which could cause chaos across the region. Though the protests are often peaceful, the government warns that they can suddenly turn violent. Tourists heading to the country are advised to keep an eye on developments and relevant news.

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The FCO issued a travel warning stating: “Some protests linked to the yellow vest movement continue across France, generally taking place on Saturdays.

“The first anniversary of the yellow vest movement falls on the weekend of 16 - 17 November, and there is an increased risk of disruption because of this.

“If demonstrations do turn violent, a heavy police/gendarmerie presence is to be expected.

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“Motorists travelling through France may continue to experience some delays or blockages caused by local demonstrators - you should drive with caution as protestors may be present on roads, motorways and toll booths.

“In all cases, you should avoid demonstrations wherever possible and follow the advice of the local

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