The travel firm complained to AQA after the board featured a case study question using redundancy figures from three years ago
Thomas Cook has tried to battle the decline by shifting airline seats from Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt to the Canaries and mainland Spain, but it has not been enough to compensate
Mothercare posts first profit in five years; Mortgage lending falls as stamp duty hike for buy-to-let investors kicks in; IMF backs Saudi reforms
Unite says cabin crew will only be allowed a 20-minute break under new rules
Customers who had booked to travel to Sharm el-Sheikh before the end of October are able to cancel or change their booking
Thomas Cook said that geopolitical volatility was prompting increasing numbers of people to choose package holidays
2015 has thrown up some new entries in the 'hardest PR gig' top of the pops
Thomas Cook said bookings in the UK over the last eight weeks are up by 8% with an average price increase of 2%.
Bobby and Christi Shepherd were overcome by carbon monoxide fumes while on holiday with their parents
After the deaths of two British children in Corfu, should we all be taking carbon monoxide monitors on holiday? Yes, says Simon Calder, and suggests other safety must-packs
One holiday, three ways
Some parents of children at independent schools like to calculate the cost per day of their offspring's private education – usually upwards of £60. For the benefit of all parents, I can now reveal the cost per day of the school holidays: £70, or even more.
From yoga in India and glass in Venice to augmented reality apps
Q. I'm currently perusing holidays suitable for a family of five in mid-September: two adults, twins aged two and an eight-month-old baby. We are looking to travel independently to somewhere quiet and picturesque. A nice little beach is most important to us with safe accommodation close by. We went to Scarborough and loved it, but there is no guarantee we will get good weather. We want a flight no more than two hours with a short transfer. Name withheld, Sheffield
Q&A: Travel unravelled
School summer holidays are in full swing - but the Great British exodus to the sun is a relatively new invention