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Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

30 May 2022

Scammers are finding new ways to target holidaymakers as the demand for breaks and travel increases.


First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

04 May 2022

After years of delays London's new 'purple' transport line will open later this month with new trains and station upgrades for passengers.


'Grand Duchess of luxury train travel' to visit Grantham

'Grand Duchess of luxury train travel' to visit Grantham

'Grand Duchess of luxury train travel' to visit Grantham

02 May 2022

One of the world's most luxurious trains will visit Grantham next month.


How can I buy half price train tickets in the Great British Rail Sale?

How can I buy half price train tickets in the Great British Rail Sale?

How can I buy half price train tickets in the Great British Rail Sale?

19 April 2022

More than a million half price train tickets have gone on sale today but what's the deal, how can you buy and is there a catch?


Passport warning for holidaymakers amid growing backlog

Passport warning for holidaymakers amid growing backlog

Passport warning for holidaymakers amid growing backlog

19 April 2022

HM Passport Office has issued a strong warning to people planning to go abroad in the coming months as demand for passports reaches an all time high.

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Can I get compensation if my Easter travel plans are disrupted?

Can I get compensation if my Easter travel plans are disrupted?

Can I get compensation if my Easter travel plans are disrupted?

06 April 2022

Cancelled flights and fully-booked ferry sailings are disrupting Easter travel plans but what can you do if your April break doesn't go as planned?


What should I do if I've got a P&O Ferries booking as all sailings are cancelled?

What should I do if I've got a P&O Ferries booking as all sailings are cancelled?

What should I do if I've got a P&O Ferries booking as all sailings are cancelled?

17 March 2022

P&O Ferries has halted sailings and made staff redundant but what does that mean for customers who have paid to travel?


How to swap a £2 Lotto ticket for a cheap half term outing

How to swap a £2 Lotto ticket for a cheap half term outing

How to swap a £2 Lotto ticket for a cheap half term outing

02 February 2022

The National Lottery Days Out scheme is back and is offering discounted days out just in time for February's half term.


5 winter driving fines you should be aware of as snow forecast

5 winter driving fines you should be aware of as snow forecast

5 winter driving fines you should be aware of as snow forecast

06 January 2022

Motorists are being given a helpful reminder of potential winter driving fines as snow is forecast nationwide.


Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

Is it time to make the move to an all-electric car?

19 October 2021

We take a look at the pros and cons of making the move – and ask if the infrastructure is there to support a surge in sales?


Traffic light travel scrapped

Traffic light travel scrapped

Traffic light travel scrapped

04 October 2021

New rules introduced to make travel to the UK “easier and cheaper” have come into force.


Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

Tiny 28mph electric car to be sold in the UK

30 September 2021

The Citroen Ami, an electric car with a top speed of 28mph and which can be driven in France without a licence, is going to be sold in the UK.


10 car makes and models that may not accept new E10 petrol

10 car makes and models that may not accept new E10 petrol

10 car makes and models that may not accept new E10 petrol

06 September 2021

More than 600,000 vehicles aren't compatible with the UK's new E10 petrol. Here's 10 popular makes and models affected:


Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

28 July 2021

Travellers are being reminded to check passports are valid following confusion with post-Brexit rules and the government's own passport checker.


What does the change to travel restrictions to amber list countries mean for us?

What does the change to travel restrictions to amber list countries mean for us?

What does the change to travel restrictions to amber list countries mean for us?

24 July 2021

Grantham-based travel agent Lynne Page, travel-pa.com, answers your travel question.


Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

Motorists 'dread driving on the motorway'

22 July 2021

The pandemic has knocked drivers' confidence on the road according to a new study which also found the most uncomfortable scenarios for motorists.


'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

14 July 2021

With petrol prices at an eight-year high and food prices also on the up, there's a warning about the cost to our summer plans.


Palace gardens ready for first picnic visitors

Palace gardens ready for first picnic visitors

Palace gardens ready for first picnic visitors

07 July 2021

Buckingham Palace visitors will enjoy picnics on the royal lawns for the first time this Friday and there are still tickets on sale for the summer.


Parents face £500 for children not in the correct car seat

Parents face £500 for children not in the correct car seat

Parents face £500 for children not in the correct car seat

06 July 2021

With restrictions easing and more outings on the horizon, parents are being reminded to check their children's car seats are suitable.


Why driving with hay fever risks a £5,000 fine or points on your licence

Why driving with hay fever risks a £5,000 fine or points on your licence

Why driving with hay fever risks a £5,000 fine or points on your licence

01 July 2021

With pollen counts returning to 'very high' levels, there's a warning for sufferers who plan to get behind the wheel of their car.


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