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When to holiday in the EU

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Readers know that –subject to life following the British government’s timetable – we can fly again as from May 17th. But should we travel that early?

Declaration to Travel


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an airport queue at Gatwick

But why didn’t the devolved governments dovetail their agreement? Unless they weren’t told of this move or don’t agree.

The Pontin blacklist


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A spokesperson of the company owning Pontins and which the EHRC quotes on its website doesn’t apologise.

Calling in the receivers


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On St David’s Day of all days, one of Wales’s heritage railways – Llangollen Railway –have had to appoint receivers.

Google, star ratings and confusion


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hotel room

May be it is time our Competition and Markets Authority looked at whether there is confusion in the UK?

A budget for travel?


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There wasn’t much of interest to us ordinary mortals in the budget delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer today.

Fraudsters sent to prison


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Four people from Middlesbrough that tried to defraud  Jet2holidays (click on the link to see images of the four enjoying their holiday) by claiming compensation due to gastric illnesses have been sent to prison by the courts. Christopher Byng (38), Barbara Byng (64), Linda Lane
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Cruise holiday update


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How to re-start cruising has been vexing the cruise companies for months.

A booking every second


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That was the comment by the CEO of the company that owns Hoseasons after the announcement of the four part roadmap out of lockdown.

Cyprus: vaccinated Britons welcome from 1st of May


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What will need to be agreed between the Cypriot and the British governments is what evidence needs to be produced to show that we have had the vaccinations.

World Book Day


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I think my choice will be Phaic Tăn, “a country” somewhere in Asia which has a capital city on the Pong River called Bumpattabumpah

Visiting Penzance


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It is planned to open up the waterfront in Penzance and to prioritise pedestrians and cyclists whilst also encouraging green transport.

Clacton-on-Sea celebrations


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Measuring over 30 metres high and 20 metres wide , the wheel will be situated within the grounds of the Clacton Pavilion with views across the seafront and the town.

Changing how we buy rail tickets


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Leisure travel might bring more pressure on weekend services and we might have to get used crowded services again. Why should we?

Vaccination timescales


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As the Sunday People put it in its headline today, “Free by Summer.”

Searching to travel where?


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What does come through though is that the traditional places -Spain, Greece and Portugal – are getting bookings over other destination despite our inability to travel.

Nicola dampens holiday thoughts


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Brodrick Castle

She told people not to book Easter holidays saying that it was highly unlikely to use her words that hotels or self-catering places would be allowed to open.