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LBGT couples urged to research honeymoon destinations

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office is encouraging LGB&T couples going on honeymoons overseas to choose their destination with care after new research suggested that less than half of LGB&T people investigate whether an area is LGB&T-friendly when planning a honeymoon abroad.The survey... Read more

New research shows it's Brits who are most likely to hog sunbeds on holiday

When it comes to sunbed-hogging, German people have always (unfairly) taken a huge amount of flak - the jokes about them rising at 5am to covertly lay their towels over the sunbeds have been doing the rounds for years. However, the joke's on us now, as new research has suggested it's Brits who are t... Read more

New research reveals Brits' shocking attitude to food abroad

Brits abroad are famed for many things - but it seems like rolling their sleeves up and trying as many foreign foods as they can isn't one of them. New research by Sunshine.co.uk has revealed which meals Britons go for when they're on holiday - and yes, you've guessed it, junk food features fairly h... Read more

New research suggests female solo travellers are on the rise

Good news, solo lady travellers - your numbers are growing.  New research undertaken by Travelzoo has suggested that 60% of women in the UK would be happy to head off on holiday alone, and that the destinations British women perceive as the world’s safest are France, Spain, Canada, Italy and the Uni... Read more

Women more likely to suffer from 'holiday stress', according to new research

There's no denying that getting a holiday off the ground can be pretty tough - there's lots of preparation behind the scenes to ensure everything goes well. From getting everyone packed and ready to go to getting to the airport on time, things can get tense - and there's a new study which suggests t... Read more

Brit holidaymakers splash out on breaks in 2014

Despite the fact that the rest of the world thinks that Brits are remarkably tight-fisted, our new research has shown that British holidaymakers have been big spenders in 2014.Our survey, which looked at Brits' spending habits, revealed that nearly half of all UK holidaymakers spent between £1,000 a... Read more

New research reveals the world's safest airlines

If you're a nervous flier, you'll love this. German-based company The Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre has analysed all serious incidents suffered by airlines since 1983, and has produced this year's Safety Index. That's right - they've listed the safest (and unsafest!) airlines to fly with... Read more

Do you live in a burglary hotspot?

Do you know how safe your area is? New research published by MoneySuperMarket has revealed which parts of the UK are likely to be targeted by thieves - and which areas are, statistically, the safest. The research looked at millions of home insurance quotes to  find the postcodes where homeowners are... Read more

A third of Brits don’t have the right cover for their winter sports holiday

Hands up if you’re looking forward to hitting the slopes this winter? We’re as excited as you are about getting to grips with the pistes and enjoying some much-needed time away, but there’s one thing we don’t forget to check - our travel insurance policy. A new study by ABTA, working in partnership... Read more

Less than one third of air passengers are claiming for flight delay compensation

New research from money.co.uk has shown that 30% of air passengers aren’t claiming for compensation after flight delays. The study has claimed that 70% of people surveyed about their flying habits admitted they didn’t know they could claim compensation - and plenty of people though the maximum amoun... Read more

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