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We were able to help get a key worker refunded when her cottage stay was cancelled due to the lockdown. Here’s why you should always check the Ts&Cs.
EasyJet has been hit by a ‘highly sophisticated’ cyber-attack which could have exposed up to nine million people’s details. Here’s what to do if you’re affected.
We’re inundated with reports of refused refunds. Has your airline or holiday company claimed it doesn’t have to pay you because of a force majeure clause?
We don’t want to see the travel industry suffer further as a result of the pandemic, but it cannot be on consumers to prop up airlines and travel firms. Here’s why.
Widespread cancellations of flights and holidays have left many people helpless, and in some cases stranded. We’re launching a 10-point plan to maintain consumer trust.
Have you ever run into problems changing a booking? Here’s how we were able to help a member get his fees reduced.
The coronavirus outbreak is causing disruption to international travel. Has it affected your plans? We explain your rights.
Airlines must prove that delays were caused by extraordinary circumstances. Here’s how we helped two members receive £926 compensation in court.
Electric scooters are an increasingly common sight on city streets, but are they a good idea? And why are so many people ignoring the law around their use?
For most of the years we’ve been running our world city survey, Cape Town has hogged first place. This year we have a new winner – but what’s your favourite?
Ever had trouble with a contract term you felt was unfair? Here’s how we were able to help a member challenge a ‘no-show’ clause that left her out of pocket.
I was due to fly with Thomas Cook in January. After the company went under, I was worried about getting my money back. Here’s how I was able to do it.
For the first time in decades, three classes of travel could be offered on Britain’s railways. But is it really necessary? Do we even need first class?