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While thousands of holidaymakers were waiting in overseas airports for the government’s emergency airlift to get them home and Thomas Cook staff were losing their jobs, a group of international hedge who
Stranded Thomas Cook customers have told tales of stress, disappointment and unreasonable hotel demands after the collapse of the travel company left many uncertain as to when they would be able to return
Thomas Cook has ceased trading after talks failed to produce a funding lifeline for the ailing travel company, placing 9,000 British jobs at risk and triggering a huge repatriation effort to bring home
Squadrons of government-chartered aircraft have begun flying 150,000 stranded Thomas Cook customers back to the UK after the 178-year-old tour operator collapsed under the weight of its debts, leaving
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Brexit, risk-averse banks, summer heatwaves, the rise of Airbnb, the long-term triumph of budget airlines. All contributed to the collapse of Thomas Cook. But one factor towers above others: the huge of
Passengers scheduled to fly out of the UK with Thomas Cook continued to turn up at Gatwick and Manchester airports on Monday, with some saying they had only learned of the company’s collapse on their to
Why did Thomas Cook fail after 178 years in business? The immediate answer is that it was unable to secure a £200m lifeline from its bankers, including government-owned RBS. But in truth the tour operator’s
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In Mallorca, while there were few signs of the panic that might have been expected following the collapse of Thomas Cook, frustration was beginning to mount as passengers waited for information. As the
Layton Roche and Natalie Wells are due to get married on Friday in Kos, Greece, in a wedding they have been planning for years. But they and almost 50 guests booked through Thomas Cook. Roche and Wells,
A row has broken out over what could have been done to prevent the collapse of Thomas Cook, as Boris Johnson defended his refusal to order a bailout of the travel company while Labour said there should
Thomas Cook has ceased trading after talks failed to save the travel company, placing 9,000 British jobs at risk and triggering a huge repatriation effort to bring home 150,000 UK holidaymakers overseas.
Thomas Cook customers at Gatwick and Manchester airports rushed to board their flights on Sunday amid growing anxiety ahead of crunch talks between the tour operator and its creditors that could lead bankruptcy.
Thomas Cook customers in Tunisia have been involved in a standoff with a hotel owner who barricaded holidaymakers inside a resort due to fears that the struggling holiday firm would not be able to pay
The government and the aviation watchdog are drawing up plans for the biggest ever UK peacetime repatriation if Thomas Cook collapses, with 150,000 British customers currently on holidays overseas with
Brewing firm Budweiser is to phase out single-use plastic pack rings from its entire range of UK-produced beer – which include the bestselling brands Stella Artois, Budweiser and Bud Light – by the end
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