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Which? called on travel firms to do more to highlight the possible implications for consumers if there is no agreement to continue flights.Read the full story ›
The competition watchdog is investigating whether booking sites are breaking consumer laws and stopping people from finding the best deals.Read the full story ›
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The Tonight programme examines how the rules on taking children out of school for holidays during term time have been plunged into chaos.Read the full story ›
Spain and Portugal have seen an increase in bookings from British holidaymakers amid fears of terror attacks at other locations.Read the full story ›
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Flight delays and rude staff top the list of holidaymaker gripes. But only half of Brits know their rights if something goes wrong.Read the full story ›
Almost three quarters of teachers do not think parents should be fined for taking their children out of school during term time for a family holiday, an exclusive Daybreak poll can reveal.
The OnePoll survey found 71% of teachers disagreed with parent being forced to fork out £60 per child for an unauthorised absence.
A further 66% of teachers told the survey they did not think taking primary school children out of the classroom for a family holiday had a detrimental effect on their learning.
The poll comes as MPs debated measures for lowering the extra cost of a family getaway and the education secretary called for the suspension of air duty during school holidays.