British travellers were warned Tuesday not to travel for five weeks from a week before Jan 1 2000, by independent Y2k watchdog Taskforce 2000.
By Richard Barry
| September 15, 1999 -- 09:06 GMT (02:06 PDT)
| Topic: Networking
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