The reform waiting game continues

Taylor, Ian
September 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);9/3/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2033, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that the consumer financial protection reform is likely to be announced by the British Department for Transport (DfT) by next spring. It is stated that major tour operators and retailers are likely to be disappointed by the delay. It is mentioned that proposals to extend the reform and return protection to a certain level is being considered by the department.


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