Thomas Cook seek £600m rescue plan for Brits stranded on holiday if they go bust

  The Sun 

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BELEAGUERED Thomas Cook sought a state bailout and held survival talks with multiple potential investors. Bosses also met the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) — as call centre staff were primed to help with a potential £600million repatriation effort should the firm go bust. The 178-year-old operator will fold at 11.59pm on Saturday unless £200million extra […]
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