Two British tourists are among the victims.
British tourists have been warned of “pirate taxis” charging clients triple the official rate at Palma airport.
With much of the Brexit talk focusing on rights for EU citizens living in the UK and UK citizens living in the European Union, it has been revealed that there are more than double the number of British people in Spain than Spanish people in the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
British tour industry leaders are urging the government to implement “simple changes” that do not require a parliamentary vote to speed up a resolution to the surge in holiday illness claims, as the boss of one consortium warned the high rise in such claims could put travel companies “out of business”.
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