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Thomas Cook passengers face a long journey home More than 150,000 Thomas Cook holidaymakers face an uncertain journey home after the travel firm collapsed in the early hours of Monday morning.

Thomas Cook customers react to holiday firm collapse Passengers at airports in England share their stories after the collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook.

Thomas Cook collapses: Chief executive apologises Peter Fankhauser says he's "distressed" that despite huge efforts, they have not been able to secure a deal to save the business.

Thomas Cook: 'Planes are already being impounded' Travel expert Simon Calder describes the situation facing travellers and employees of the collapsed holiday firm.

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Thomas Cook collapse: Customers stuck at airport react to cancelled holidays Customers at Manchester Airport react to cancelled holidays as tour operator Thomas Cook collapses.

Thomas Cook crisis: 'People will not be stranded' Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says that people will be taken care of if Thomas Cook collapses.