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Sep 24, 2019

U.K. Supreme Court deals Brexit blow to Boris Johnson

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Britain's highest court says Parliament suspension is unlawful. Europe limits the right to be forgotten. We look at the lasting impact of Thomas Cook's demise.

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What happens to Thomas Cook customers now?

by Victoria Craig Sep 24, 2019
The British government has repatriated about 8% of the 155,000 UK citizens who were abroad on vacations when the 178-year old travel-booking company went bust.
The service desk of British tour operator Thomas Cook is closed at Tegel airport in Berlin on Sept. 23, 2019.
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