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Commuters wait to squeeze on to the next train to Victoria Station at Clapham Junction on February 5, 2009 in London

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Services already restricted by years of engineering work were delayed and diverted because of a series of signal failures in London

Brand new: Hotel companies are investing millions in the ‘lifestyle’ category

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Brands now wield creative content and seductive images to sell a lifestyle - driving customer engagement and sales far outside the traditional travel cycle

Hackers target online holiday bookings and steal over £2 million

The average loss per holiday maker targeted was £889

People queue at Nice's airport, southeastern France

French air-traffic strike: Seven more days of strikes planned

Members of the SNCTA union are striking in protest against proposals to raise their retirement age from 57 to 59, and moves to rationalise European airspace

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