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Lille Europe is a key transfer point for travellers from elsewhere in France. File photo

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Shore things

The National Trust is hosting the Big Beach Picnic at 26 venues on 4 July. Events will take place on beaches across England and Wales, from Towan in Cornwall to Robin Hood's Bay in Yorkshire. Activities will include surfing, orienteering, and sandcastle building.

nationaltrust.org.uk/bigbeachpicnic

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easyJet, IAG, Air France, Lufthansa and Ryanair bosses are angry over issues including strikes and the cost of airport security

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