UK travel agent TUI has cancelled all holidays up to May 14 and cruises up until May 31 due to coronavirus.

The firm made changes to its holiday programme yesterday and said it had come to the "difficult" decision as a result of coronavirus.

Posting an update on Twitter, TUI urged its customers to head to the company’s website for the latest information.

The tweet stated: "These are uncertain times for us all, and we don't underestimate the impact on those of you with holidays booked.

"Our travel promise still stands, as it is important for us to give you the holiday you deserve. This means you can amend all holidays up until Jun 30 for free, even if you're due to travel between 17 April and 14 May."

It comes just a day after Jet2 said the company will restart their flights and holidays in June 2020.

The airline and package holiday company said all flights and holidays departing June 17 will go ahead.

Anyone with holidays or flights booked before that has had their booking cancelled, and money will be returned.