Holiday uncertainty: Where is safe to go?

Most schools break up next week, but a large number of people in the south are still undecided about where to go on holiday.

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Labour leader campaign heads to Brighton

Ahead of the Labour party choosing their new leader, a series of Hustings events will be taking place across the country.

This weekend, it's the turn of Brighton. The party welcomes everyone to come and put questions to the prospective leaders and you don't need to be a member. Andy Burnham is the current front runner, other contenders include, Yvette Cooper, Jeremy Corbyn and Liz Kendall.

Whoever wins will have their work cut out. Labour got just two seats in our region in May's election, in Southampton and Hove. Phil Hornby reports.

ABTA advice for holiday-makers

Meridian has been speaking to Sean Tipton from the Association of British Travel Agents and asked him if this really is a year of uncertainty for holiday-makers.

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Holiday makers look to relax at home

Holiday businesses in the South are reporting a boost in bookings, in a year of uncertainty for summer holidays.

The schools break up next week and many parents are revising holiday plans, following foreign office warnings of terrorism. But travel companies are trying to compensate, by offering holiday-makers cut-price deals.

Greece is still popular, despite its current debt crisis and protests in the streets of Athens. Andrew Pate reports.

Holiday uncertainty: Where is safe to go?

Many holidaymakers are undecided on where to go this year Credit: ITV Meridian

Most school's break up next week, but a large number of people in the south are still undecided about where to go on holiday.

Travel agents say the terrorist attack in Tunisia, striking French workers and the Greek financial crisis, have put some people off travelling abroad.

The number of staycation's has risen. But ABTA says it still expects millions to go to places like Greece over the summer.

ITV Meridian spoke to Sean Tipton from the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA).

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