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Adrian and Gillian Bayford, who won £148 million on the Euromillions, flew off on holiday on an easyJet flight

Budget holiday for lottery couple

Euromillions winners Adrian and Gillian Bayford opted to jet off on their first ever foreign holiday on budget airline easyJet - despite having enough money to own their own private jet.

Holidaymakers should be more realistic about what to expect for their money when booking last-minute deals, a travel agent has said

Travellers 'must be realistic'

A travel agent has warned people thinking of booking a last-minute holiday deal to be realistic over the price.

Holidaymakers are being warned of the risk of falling from balconies

Campaign to reduce balcony falls

A new awareness campaign from the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta) is seeking to reduce the number of holidaymakers injured in falls from hotel balconies.

Travel bosses report rise in numbers seeking to jet off for a last-minute holiday

Late surge in holiday bookings

The UK's travel industry is experiencing a surge in enquiries for holidays, flights and travel insurance as people seek to get away after the excitement of the Olympics.

David Cameron and Nick Clegg have taken their respective families abroad for their summer holidays

Cameron and Clegg jet off abroad

David Cameron and Nick Clegg have joined the ranks of the hundreds of thousands of Britons who have packed their suitcases, dusted off their passports and sorted out their travel insurance to jet off on their annual summer holidays.

Forest fires have prompted thousands of residents in La Gomera and Tenerife to be evacuated

Canary Islands hit by forest fires

British holidaymakers in the parts of the Canary Islands affected by forest fires have been urged to maintain contact with the Foreign Office.

Passengers were left stranded when Alitalia's bid for the airline collapsed

Airline collapse strands passengers

Hundreds of airline passengers in Italy have been stranded due to the failure of Alitalia's deal to purchase Sicily-based low-cost carrier Wind Jet.

A poll has revealed valuables are often left unattended on the beach

Tourists 'risk valuables on beach'

Laid-back holidaymakers forget about security when they hit the beach or pool, a survey has found, leaving hundreds of pounds worth of valuables in their unattended bags.

Weightlifting can help men reduce the risk of diabetes

Weightlifting reduces diabetes risk

Men can reduce the risk of diabetes by more than a third by lifting weights, according to a new study.

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