PM on Thomas Cook: Has to be way of protecting holidaymakers

Boris Johnson says he finds it "bewildering" that 150,000 people can be left stranded in the wake of 178-year-old travel agent Thomas Cook's collapse. The prime minister said: "There has to be some way of insuring those companies, of protecting holidaymakers, protecting travellers, and making sure the taxpayer isn't on the hook."

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