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Q&A: With quarantine easing in the UK, can I book my holiday abroad now?

After 100 days of lockdown, quarantine is easing, so travel may on the horizon. But how soon should you book your holiday?
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Q&A: Do I need travel insurance for a domestic UK based holiday?

Though the NHS is free for UK citizens, there are still factors related to potential unforeseen events which may justify the purchase of travel insurance.

Q&A: When I can go to France on holiday?

France has eased its lockdown, restaurants and bars are open and EU tourists are welcome.
British Passport

Q&A: Can I renew my passport amid the Coronavirus lockdown?

If your passport has expired or has less than six months validity time left, and you are looking to renew it, this will be...

Why getting a refund for your holiday is so hard amid the coronavirus pandemic

Holidaymakers are entitled to a refund for their cancelled holiday. - no question. But let's give cash-strapped travel agents some breathing space.
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Q&A: Can I get a refund if Easyjet or BA cancel my flight?

These are frustrating times for travellers. Thousands have had their travel plans dashed, and the airlines are struggling to keep up with customer complaints...
Cala Macarella, Balearics

Q&A: Is it safe to travel to the Balearic Islands: Ibiza, Menorca, Mallorca – UPDATE

UPDATE: 14 March 2020 Jet2.com have cancelled all flights to mainland Spain, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. ---- The Spanish holiday islands are a...
Travel after Brexit

Q&A: Is my British passport still valid after Brexit?

It’s happening; the UK is leaving the EU on January 31 2020. So pay attention to the status of your passport.
Glastonbury Festival

Q&A: Glastonbury tickets – how can I get hold of one?

Glastonbury tickets are infamously tricky to get hold of. Follow our tips to improve your chances of nabbing a ticket in 2020.
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Q&A: My flight was cancelled. Can I make a claim for compensation?

You can receive flight delay compensation of up to £520/person for a cancellation or delay that happened within the last three years.

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