Travel firms were given no time to prepare for the new travel warning on Tunisia, writes Chris Choi - and there's conflicting information.Read the full story ›
Last Friday's attack in Tunisia raises not only fears, but also many urgent questions, as millions prepare to jet off for summer breaks.Read the full story ›
One of Britain's leading tour operators, Thomas Cook, has joined a growing push for changes to the way tourists receive security warnings.Read the full story ›
After two previous terror attacks in Tunisia, should the Foreign Office have alerted tourists to heightened risks sooner?Read the full story ›
On today's disappointing statement on Network Rail, ITV News consumer editor Chris Choi said:
"Network Rail today refused my repeated interview requests. Its underestimate of costs and over-promise of modernisation has led today to its chairman stepping down.
"But the biggest casualty is likely to be passenger trust in railway promises - that seem as unreliable as too many of its services."
Network Rail has admitted it will not be able to reach improvement targets we all thought had been agreed at the highest levels.Read the full story ›
A planned 24-hour strike by Network Rail workers and a 48-hour strike next week have been called off for now.Read the full story ›
ITV news has learned that former Thomas Cook CEO Harriet Green will donate to charity a third of shares she is entitled to.Read the full story ›
I think the latest developments will have ramifications across the industry.
What we're learning this lunchtime is that the third party hotel owners that were supplying Thomas Cook with the holiday accommodation will later today issue a statement, in which they admit that they did not know of the background of that hotel manager.
They did not know, they say, that he had been convicted in connection with those deaths in Corfu.
Now, that is going to be something which will lead to an awful lot of soul-searching and debate, there'll be questions about what checks hotel groups should be making of their staff, should there be more robust systems in place, before people are put into positions like that.
There is, I have to say, no safety question about the hotel where he was working up until yesterday, it's our information this lunchtime that Thomas Cook has sent in safety experts, the've done a 350-point safety audit, and they have found no cause for concern.