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- Travelling with cancer
People all have the same reasons for wanting to travel: to see new places, meet new people, experience new things, visit someone or somewhere they love, to work, or just to relax.
- Don’t be a PG Chimp
The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office has urged travellers to reassess their priorities when visiting family and friends abroad.
- UK Malaria cases up 30%
World Malaria day was on the 25th of April this year. The first World Malaria Day was four years ago and at that time it was estimated that a child
- Travel Insurance with Pre Existing Medical Conditions
The sad story of Philip Blakemore, 76, from Blackpool, who suffered two strokes and subsequently died while on holiday in Thailand, is yet another reminder
- Packaged bank accounts may not be such good value
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published their 2011 Retail Conduct Risk Outlook. The report hi-lights concerns for 2011
- Advice to help travel insurance seem less complicated
Travel insurance is probably not the most glamorous topic to talk about, travel insurance is however a vital part of the holiday
- Why the European Health Insurance Card is not a Substitute for Travel Insurance
The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) was introduced to replace the E111, all E111 are now invalid and you must.
- Purchasing travel insurance with pre existing medical conditions
Purchasing travel insurance is a must for anyone who intends to go on holiday. But the difficulty in obtaining travel insurance at an affordable
- Should all travellers buy the same insurance
If you have a medical condition or you are travelling with someone with a medical condition it is advisable that the whole of your travelling party is.
- Another Week Another UK Citizen Has Fallen From a Balcony on Holiday
Two people in as many weeks have fallen from balconies whilst abroad on holiday, both are in hospital with serious injuries and neither of them
- British Behaviour Abroad
According to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office’s (FCDO) recent report British Behaviour Abroad based on data from April 2009 to March 2010, a total of 19,839 Britons needed
- Consequences of Increase to 20% IPT
The increase in IPT on travel insurance in the 2010 Budget from 17.5% to 20% is pushing up the cost of holidays even more from.
- Top 12 Travel Tips
Check your passport is in good condition and valid and you have all necessary visas. Some countries will insist that your passport has at.
- Take annual insurance for flexible travel
If you want to go on holiday more than once a year, then taking out an annual holiday insurance policy is probably the most
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