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Which of these new cameras is best for your travels?

The latest cameras we’ve tested look ideal for a summer trip, whether you’re eyeing a premium model that will produce stunning, pro-level photos, or a rugged camera that can withstand...

Five city break destinations where your pound will go further

The pound in your pocket may have been bruised by many other currencies, but if you’re itching for an overseas escape you can still find good value abroad. The uncertainty...

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Survey reveals holidaymaker confusion over role of British embassies

We reveal what the British consulate can do for you if you find yourself in trouble abroad, with some surprising results from our survey of Which? members.

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How thieves can unlock your luggage using 3D-printed copies of TSA master keys

With just a 3D printer a thief can open locks fitted to the majority of suitcases and bags in just seconds. We know this because we did it ourselves.

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Ryanair launches frequent flyer scheme: But at £199 a year, is it worth it?

Ryanair has launched a new frequent flyer scheme in a bid to spark loyalty from budget travellers. The low-cost carrier promises that flyers will be able to choose their seats,...

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Up to five million plane tickets could be cancelled in no-deal Brexit

Iata warns of possible travel chaos in event of no-deal Brexit. Airlines accused of failing to warn passengers of potential travel disruption.

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No-deal Brexit could be chaotic, Which? warns

Which?’s no-deal Brexit report shows that the immediate aftermath from leaving the EU without a deal could be 'chaotic'. It also shows that consumers believe a no-deal Brexit would have a negative impact on their consumer rights

No-deal Brexit could cause travel chaos

From grounded flights to bus trips that can't make it across the Channel, and UK driving licences becoming worthless in Europe, it's clear that a no-deal Brexit could cause chaos for anyone who travels. It will potentially leave tourists stranded abroad and make holidays more expensive and inconvenient for millions of people.

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Flight plight: 1.3 million passenger journeys at least three hours late

Last year about 1.3 million air passenger journeys were severely delayed at least three hours - find out your rights if your flight is delayed or cancelled, and join our call for automatic compensation.

New package holiday rules finally make booking online safer

New package holiday regulations will align the UK with the EU Package Travel Directive and give holidaymakers better protection.

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