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The Latest: Johnson says UK right not to rescue Thomas Cook

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the government was right not to bail out tour company Thomas Cook, arguing that travel firms should do more to ensure they don't collapse
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News video: Thousands of Travelers Left Stranded After Collapse of Thomas Cook Travel Agency

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Thousands of Travelers Left Stranded After Collapse of Thomas Cook Travel Agency The United Kingdom’s most famous travel agency, Thomas Cook, recently collapsed after 178 years of service. More than 150,000 U.K. customers have been left stranded abroad as a result, with all future flights and...

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