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Travellers warned of 10-week passport renewal wait - so apply NOW if hoping to go away this summer

Hopeful holidaymakers have been urged to apply for new passports or to renew existing ones as soon as possible to avoid delays of up to ten weeks. Usually passports take between four and six weeks to be processed.

12 April 2021

Travel traffic light system to be introduced - here's how it will work

The Government has unveiled details of how it plans to open up foreign travel this summer for those in England, with countries to be graded under a new traffic light system which will determine whether travellers need to quarantine and what coronavirus tests are required.

9 April 2021

Can I get a refund on static caravan fees if I can't use it due to coronavirus?

We're looking into what rights you have as a static caravan owner

1 July 2020

Hoseasons reverses coronavirus refunds policy after complaints to watchdog

UK holiday provider Hoseasons and its sister firm Cottages.com have changed their coronavirus cancellation policy and given the competition watchdog a formal commitment that they will offer refunds, after a huge backlash from customers

9 June 2020

Holiday firms Late Rooms and Super Break stop trading

The parent company of travel firms Late Rooms and Super Break has gone into administration - if you've booked a trip or you're on holiday at the moment, here's what you need to know

2 August 2019

MoneySavers win clean sweep of holiday prizes in Elton John radio competition

Three lucky MoneySavers won a clean sweep of prizes to New Orleans, Orlando and Paris in a radio competition after spotting them on the MSE Forum's comping board

13 June 2019

UK travellers warned against Sri Lanka travel – your cancellation rights

Sri Lanka is currently facing heightened security and a nationwide curfew following Sunday's terror attacks. If you're in the country now or due to travel there shortly, here's what you need to know

25 April 2019

Holiday firms warned over unfair cancellation charges

Travel firms have been warned against forcing travellers to pay large non-refundable deposits, or charging hefty cancellation fees, by the competition watchdog

17 April 2019

Roaming warning: 'I was charged £8,000 for 40 minutes' data in Europe'

A British chef sailing the Greek islands inadvertently racked up a mobile phone bill for more than £8,000

27 October 2017

Regulator backtracks on replacement flights for inbound-only Monarch passengers

The regulator has backtracked on replacement flights for inbound-only Monarch passengers

11 October 2017