Thomas Cook

John and Susan Cooper died after staying at the hotel on August 21.
Another family at the hotel were found to have a highly infectious bacterial infection.
British couple found dead in Egypt hotel did not die because of gas emissions, prosecutor claims
The deaths of John and Susan Cooper, from Burnley, are being investigated.
Thomas Cook's new scheme allows you to reserve a specific sunbed when booking your holiday.
The political situation is growing increasingly unstable there.
Nearly 1,000 holidaymakers on Thomas Cook packages in Gambia are to be flown home amid growing concerns of political unrest
Looking back at its handling of the tragic case of two small children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning at their hotel, Thomas Cook will undoubtedly be quoted for years as a case study in 'what not to do'. Almost everything they could get wrong, they did.
Thomas Cook has vowed to demolish the villa where two young children were killed having been poisoned by carbon monoxide
There are growing calls for a boycott of Thomas Cook despite new efforts by the company to quell the public relations disaster
Sharon Wood makes a statement with Paul Wood (right, husband) and Neil Shepherd (left, ex-husband) outside Wakefield Coroner's
Thomas Cook has donated a £1.5 million payout it received following the deaths of two young children to Unicef after a barrage
A family has suffered an unbearable loss and Thomas Cook is teetering on the edge of destruction. This is not a situation that will disappear for either side. The only way to try to rebuild Thomas Cook's reputation at this point is to come clean; for the CEO to stand up and say I made a terrible mistake. I am very sorry. And resign.
A passenger jet was forced to return to Gatwick Airport part-way through its flight to Egypt after a part plunged to the
Harriet Green, the chief executive of travel giant Thomas Cook, has warned against the "unsettling" prospects of Britain
And yes. It has emerged. The nice weather that occurred over the May Day bank holiday was actually a PR stunt, orchestrated by 'James Chef' - a new branch of holiday makers. I went to their head offices in Southend to find some answers.
Two of Britain's best known holiday makers have reported a surge in sales in the UK, suggesting that while Brits may be struggling
Thomsons Holiday owner TUI has reported positive results after reaping the benefits from changing its business model in 2012
High fuel costs, pressure on consumers pockets and the rise of internet travel bookings were all blamed by Thomas Cook for
A postcode lottery on currency exchange rates could be leaving some holidaymakers short-changed, according to a consumer