Airline passengers flying to the UK from six countries will no longer be able to carry laptops in their cabin luggage
Tour operator Diamond Shortbreak Holidays has ceased trading, with all its 8,000 upcoming bookings now cancelled
Personal data of those registered on the website of travel trade body ABTA may have been accessed in a cyber-attack
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