This post is about 2 incidents that affected our travel advice pages, and how they were resolved. We’ve posted before about what happens when things go wrong on GOV.UK, and how we classify and prioritise incidents on GOV.UK.
This post is about two severity 1 incidents caused by problems with our third-party suppliers, and how they were resolved. The incidents affected the availability of GOV.UK.
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