Category Archives: Britain

Airport queues investigated

Picture this: you’ve just stepped off a flight, with tired eyes and clothes that smell like Ryanair paninis. You want to leave the airport, take a shower and eat something that doesn’t taste like plastic. But you can’t, because the … Continue reading

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Train fare loophole uncovered

Last week I carried out an investigation into the cost of train tickets, exposing a loophole that allows passengers to save cash on one-way journeys from London. For a bit of background information, it’s worth reading the original story, published … Continue reading

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Coverage for ‘Best Places’ book

Some good coverage for the book I worked on recently, which comes out on the 2nd April. You can read the article on the Guardian’s travel website or pre-order the book over on Amazon: Best Places to Stay in Britain on a Budget.

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Press coverage for Which? article

Good coverage for the ‘hidden charges’ story I helped to research for Which? Travel, with articles today in the Telegraph, Huffington Post and Daily Mail. Also, the new edition of the Rough Guide to Camping in Britain, which I contributed to, has just landed … Continue reading

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