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Breakingnews Airline and travel shares soar on Brexit extension; markets see UK still in EU still by end of year 11.04.2019 18:37
Breakingnews Inflation at six-year high as rents rise 11.04.2019 18:44
Breakingnews Cork Airport passenger numbers up 9% 01.10.2019 17:56
Breakingnews Arnault taps more wealth from luxury firm LVMH 12.04.2019 06:30
Breakingnews Jet2 owner says demand boosted by Thomas Cook collapse 11.10.2019 10:11
Guardian Brexit chaos hits Thomas Cook as losses dive to £1.5bn 16.05.2019 07:14
Guardian Dow Jones plunges 1,000 points on coronavirus fears 28.02.2020 15:38
Bbc The Papers 18.08.2019 04:38
Guardian 'Holiday from hell': the Britons on coronavirus lockdown in Tenerife 25.02.2020 19:03
Express Panic over fears the sun will set on travel giant Thomas Cook 19.05.2019 14:37
Guardian Ban on UK flights to Sharm el-Sheikh lifted after four years 22.10.2019 11:21
Guardian Stock markets slide amid fears coronavirus spread could hit growth 24.02.2020 11:11
Express British tourist crackdown: UK travellers face balcony ban in Mediterranean hotspots 07.07.2019 12:10
Guardian All big UK airlines and travel firms denying refunds, Which? finds 22.04.2020 05:01
Express Catalonia crisis: Independence turmoil causing massive problem as tourists reject region 20.11.2019 21:54
Express Just 273 out of 18 MILLION UK arrivals quarantined in three months before lockdown 05.05.2020 17:58
Guardian Bradford stun rivals Leeds to reach Challenge Cup quarter-finals 11.05.2019 15:48
Guardian Sunny Spain is still shoring up the troubled travel industry 29.06.2019 15:00
Bbc Coronavirus: British tourists stranded after flight suspensions 17.03.2020 16:20
Express Canary Islands horror: Thousands of Brits in bleak wait to get home after terror sandstorm 23.02.2020 23:40
Bbc Sri Lanka travel: what should you do? 25.04.2019 16:20
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