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Thomas Cook collapse to cost UK government £156mFailure will drain insurance scheme as coronavirus disruption hits airlines
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EasyJet lifts revenue outlook on boost from Thomas Cook collapseBudget carrier’s passenger growth knocked by French strikes
Varley to step aside as UK managing partner at EYSuccessor will have to face regulatory scrutiny, particularly over Thomas Cook collapse
Fortune teller who predicted Brexit and Thomas Cook collapse using asparagus reveals 2020 tipsJemima Packington says Donald Trump will win second term in the White House this year while the Royal family will suffer a bereavement.
Cardiff Airport's pre-tax losses have nearly trebled in a yearThe airport says Thomas Cook's collapse, Brexit, and rising aviation fuel costs are all adding to a tricky trading picture
Thomas Cook collapse: Hays Travel plans to double NI workforceThe firm took over 22 Thomas Cook shops in Northern Ireland after its collapse in September.
Thomas Cook collapse: Family's Disney dream saved by donationsBBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- Leanne Jones and her partner Alex had saved for two years to take their sons to Disneyland Paris.
Liabilities for Thomas Cook collapse total £9bnHoliday makers and trade creditors have been left out of pocket and many are still awaiting payment
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Thomas Cook collapse left £585million worth of holidays cancelled - and customers are still waiting refundsThe Insolvency Service said £585 million was owed to customers for package holidays, flights and other services after the firm went bust in September
More than 215,000 seek refund after Thomas Cook collapseThe Civil Aviation Authority say they expect to have paid two thirds of all claims they received on the first day by this weekend
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Gatwick airport to lose 600,000 passengers because of Thomas Cook collapseGATWICK airport is set to lose more than half-a-million passengers this financial year because of the collapse of Thomas Cook.
Thomas Cook collapse hits profits at On the BeachOnline travel agent struggles to contain impact of UK holiday company’s demise
EasyJet's plans for Bristol as airline relaunches package holidays following Thomas Cook collapseBristol is now EasyJet’s largest base outside of London
Hays Travel to offer 12 more positions in Nottinghamshire after Thomas Cook collapseEach store in the area will also be recruiting five apprentices
Thomas Cook collapse still causing chaos for Scots who booked holidaysFamilies are facing a fight to recoup the cash they paid to travel firm before it went bust.
MPs berate ‘audit automatons’ over Thomas Cook collapseCall for reform of sector that has not acknowledged complicity in ‘string of failures’
Couple's dream wedding ruined by Thomas Cook collapse saved by free donationsBusinesses have donated thousands of pounds worth of free services to help Craig Williams and Kirsty Ward
Man United offer free travel to Astana for fans affected by Thomas Cook collapseManchester United are offering a free flight to Astana for this month’s Europa League match for fans whose travel plans were disrupted by the collapse of Thomas Cook. The travel firm, which folded in..
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TUI adds 135 new hotels to portfolio after Thomas Cook collapseThe hotels were previously offered by Thomas Cook
Couple's Cyprus wedding saved as local businesses raise £7,000 for free package after Thomas Cook collapseCraig Williams and Kirsty Ward had saved up for two years for their luxury £10,000 ceremony, which was due to take place on October 23 in front of 25 guests
When You Wish Upon A Star's Lapland trip saved after Thomas Cook collapseThe annual trips have brought joy to thousands of sick children over the year
Thomas Cook collapse: former bosses berated by MPsThe travel firm's agencies were sold for barely £10,000 each
PwC and EY accused of complicity in Thomas Cook collapseMPs grill accounting groups over audits that gave travel company clean bills of health
'We desperately wanted to help our customers' - Travel agents who set up pop-up shop in Longton following Thomas Cook collapse have all found new jobsThey set up a temporary office to help holiday-makers affected by the Thomas Cook's demise
Also reported by •Staffordshire Newsletter •The Sentinel Stoke
How Andrew Earle staff is working through Thomas Cook collapse chaos to help hundreds of holidaymakersStaff members at Andrew Earle worked around the clock
Rutherglen travel consultants are back in business despite Thomas Cook collapseManager Debbie Mitchell and colleagues Gaby Wilson and Ronnie Taylor were among the 22,000 Thomas Cook employees left jobless after the 178-year-old firm went to the wall last month.
Thomas Cook collapse: What happened to its planes?BBC Local News: Cornwall -- The company had a fleet of 34 planes when it went into liquidation - but where are they now?
Thomsa cook collapse: 'We had to pay for our wedding twice'A couple from Moneymore had to pay for their wedding in Cyprus again when Thomas Cook collapsed.
Thomas Cook collapse: chief executive blames hot weather and Brexit for firm's failurePeter Fankhauser tells Business Select Committee 'I'm not going to decide today' whether to hand back some of his bonus
Thomas Cook collapse a big threat to Spain's tourist industryThe sudden demise of Thomas Cook has left the tour industry and its staff in limbo in Spain.