How ministers sealed Thomas Cook's fate by refusing them a bailout

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A letter sent to the travel giant's then chief exec Dr Peter Fankhauser, and signed on behalf of Gareth Davies, director general of the Department for Transport, confirmed there would be no rescue.
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