travellers

Gypsies and Travellers are more likely than most to live in poverty, and lose out from the design of Universal Credit
Going on holiday is meant to reduce stress, not add to it. But misfortune can strike at any time, such as the travel operator
Most of us dream of packing in our job and changing our lives, but most of us rarely do. One man who had the guts to do it
A great deal of media attention focused on the Royal Courts of Justice on 11 June this year. Air passengers suffering delays and cancellations due to misbehaving aircrafts shall no longer be left in tears with no remedy. Travellers' rights to compensations of up to €600 per person in cases of delays and cancellations were strengthened.
The economic crisis in Europe is fuelling violent "pogroms" against Roma people across the continent, with some politicians
At the moment, some transport modes, such as rail, are not yet fully integrated into the travel ecosystem. Travellers don't always know there is a potential train service for their particular journey, because it's just not visible at that particular point of the travel selection process. Rail operators need to make their information available and connect themselves with other transport modes in order to provide the customer with genuine choice.
The harsh reality of life as a gypsy has been revealed by the first census of the travelling community. They are in poorer
BLOG: Do Roma gypsies really abduct children? The outcry over 'blonde-haired, blue-eyed' children living in gypsy camps is
A Roma family in Ireland who had a blonde, blue-eyed girl removed from them over concerns she was not theirs expects to hear
Roma gypsies living in a Greek camp are worried they will be all stigmatised as child traffickers after a couple was arrested