Thomas Cook needs £200million extra funding to prevent a collapse

  The Sun 
TOUR operator Thomas Cook has confirmed that it needs £200million in extra funding to prevent a collapse. If it goes bust, up to 140,000 holiday Brits could be stranded. The company said it is in talks with stakeholders, including leading shareholder Chinese firm Fosun, to close the gap in funding. The world’s oldest holiday company […]
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