The vexed question on how we end this witch-hunt of our Northern Ireland (NI) veterans came to the House today. As a member of the NI Veteran's Group of MPs, we have been calling for legislation for a long time. It has been repeatedly promised, but nothing has emerged. Meanwhile, our aging veterans continue to be chased to the grave, literally. Well, today Mr Johnson told MPs at PMQs that the intended to bring forward legislation to ban all prosecutions related to the Troubles. He added the legacy proposals would allow Northern Ireland to "draw a line under the Troubles". Later, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis made a Statement to the House on the same topic. He told MPs that it was a decision not taken lightly. Some victims' groups and Stormont's executive parties have expressed opposition to the proposals. However, Mr Lewis said it was "the best way to help Northern Ireland move further along the road to reconciliation". I posed a question to Mr Brandon, which is on my website. I do have a lot of sympathy with everyone involved in this very emotive issue, not least for the victims of outrages that shocked the world. In travel news, Ibiza, Majorca, Menorca and Formentera are being moved onto the government's amber travel list for England. The Balearic Islands will join the list from 0400 on Monday, 15 days after they were moved to the green watch-list. The Scottish and Welsh governments said they would do the same, and Northern Ireland is expected to follow suit. From Monday, those who are not fully vaccinated or under 18 will have to quarantine on returning from an amber list country. With so many people vaccinated now this is ridiculous and will only lead to more chaos and devastation to businesses in this field. Finally, Mayors and political leaders across England called for face masks to remain on public transport, despite coronavirus rules easing next week. Almost all Covid-19 restrictions will be removed on 19 July. Mayors including Greater Manchester's Andy Burnham and West Midlands' Andy Street have urged passengers to continue wearing face coverings. London Mayor Sadiq Khan has declared masks mandatory on public transport in the capital. But Mr Khan, unlike his counterparts across England, has the power to make it compulsory. Mr Burnham said masks would still be required on Greater Manchester's Metrolink tram network as part of a condition of carriage. Again, it's time to return to life as normal. This disease is here to stay and we must start to live with it.