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Israel-Hamas war live: Biden and Netanyahu discuss ‘tactical pause’, White House says; 10,000 Palestinians killed by Israeli strikes, Gaza health ministry says
Biden and Netanyahu discuss ‘efforts to secure the release of hostages’; over 4,000 children among the dead in Gaza
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As US secretary of state Antony Blinken holds talks in Turkey in his bid to stop the conflict from spreading across the region, other US officials are also busy.
Vice President Kamala Harris is set to hold phone calls with foreign leaders on increasing the flow of aid into the territory on Monday, the White House said.
And various media outlets have reported that CIA director Bill Burns arrived in Israel on Sunday, and will hold talks with prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Mossad chief David Barnea among others.
He is then expected to travel to other countries in the region where he will meet intelligence counterparts to discuss issues “including the situation in Gaza, support for hostage negotiations, and the US commitment to continuing to deter state and nonstate actors from widening the conflict between Israel and Hamas ,” the Wall Street Journal cited a US official as saying.
Israeli military encircles Gaza City
Israel’s military announced late Sunday it had encircled Gaza City and divided the besieged coastal strip into two, as the territory came under the third total communications outage since the start of the war. Associated Press reported:
“Today there is north Gaza and south Gaza,” Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari told reporters, calling it a “significant stage” in Israel’s war against the Hamas militant group ruling the enclave. Israeli media reported that troops are expected to enter Gaza City within 48 hours. Strong explosions were seen in northern Gaza after nightfall. But the “collapse in connectivity” across Gaza reported by internet access advocacy group NetBlocks.org and confirmed by Palestinian telecom company Paltel made it even more complicated to convey details of the new stage of the military offensive.
WHO director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesushas said he was “very concerned” about the reports of connectivity outages in Gaza , as well as “heavy bombardments” of the territory and called for all channels of communication to be restored “immediately”. He said:
Without connectivity, people who need immediate medical attention cannot contact hospitals and ambulances.
Heads of UN agencies call for ‘immediate humanitarian ceasefire’ in rare joint statement
The leaders of the UN’s major humanitarian agencies as well as international charities have called for an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire” in Gaza, calling the situation “horrific” and “unacceptable” in a rare joint statement .
The signatories included the heads of OCHA, UNICEF, the World Food Programme, the WHO, Save the Children and CARE International. They said:
For almost a month, the world has been watching the unfolding situation in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory in shock and horror at the spiralling numbers of lives lost and torn apart.
The statement noted that 1,400 people had been killed in the Hamas attack on Israel on 7 October, as well as more than 200 hostages taken, while rockets continue to be fired on Israeli communities and tens of thousands of people have been displaced, saying “this is horrific”. It continued:
However, the horrific killings of even more civilians in Gaza is an outrage, as is cutting off 2.2 million Palestinians from food, water, medicine, electricity and fuel. In Gaza, according to the Ministry of Health, nearly 9,500 people have been killed, including 3,900 children and over 2,400 women. More than 23,000 injured people require immediate treatment within overstretched hospitals. An entire population is besieged and under attack, denied access to the essentials for survival, bombed in their homes, shelters, hospitals and places of worship. This is unacceptable.
It also said that scores of aid workers had been killed over the past month including 88 UNRWA colleagues, which it said was the highest number of UN fatalities ever recorded in a single conflict.
France has recorded more than a thousand antisemitic acts since the deadly 7 October attack by Hamas on Israel , the interior minister, Gérald Darmanin, has said.
He told France 2 that 486 people had been arrested for such offences, including 102 foreign citizens. France’s Jewish population, estimated at over 500,000, is the largest in Europe and the third-biggest in the world, after Israel and the US.
A compilation of the Guardian’s explainer articles that aim to answer the deeper questions about the current conflict and give historical context, as well as provide some simple definitions, can be found here .
On Sunday Israeli warplanes struck two refugee camps, killing at least 53 people and wounding dozens in central Gaza, the zone where Israel’s military had urged Palestinian civilians to seek refuge, health officials said.
At least 40 people were killed in the Maghazi refugee camp and dozens injured. Here are some of the latest images coming to us from Maghazi:
The UK government has been accused of separating British children in Gaza from their mothers after it was revealed that citizens without passports had been left off its safe passage list.
The names of British citizens allowed to leave Gaza for Egypt via the Rafah crossing have been added to a list but, some have said their dependants have not been included by the Foreign Office.
The policy contrasts with the decisions made during the evacuation of Ukraine, when any family member of a British citizen would be provided with a visa, a group representing them said.
“We have been in touch with organisations and lawyers who work to support people who have a right to come to the UK through different visa schemes. They have been quite clear that British Palestinians are being treated very differently to people fleeing the Ukraine conflict,” said Louise Harkin of Support Families in Gaza.
“Gaza is currently the least safe place on the planet. Almost 10,000 people are confirmed dead, almost half of whom are children, yet the government now wants to separate British children from their mothers and families.
“We call upon the government to allow British citizens to bring their families with them.”
Blinken to hold talks in Turkey in next leg of diplomatic tour
US secretary of state Antony Blinken is in Turkey, on the next leg of his diplomatic blitz of the region, on which he is trying to contain the conflict between Israel and Hamas and push or humanitarian pauses to allow aid in to Gaza.
Agence France-Presse has written a good backgrounder with plenty of context on recent relations between the US, Israel and Turkey.
Blinken’s first visit [to Turkey] since Israel went to war with Hamas in reprisal for the militants’ October 7 attack comes with fury at both Israel and the West boiling over on the streets of Turkey and inside the palace of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse hundreds of protesters who marched on an air base housing US forces in Turkey’s southeast hours before Blinken‘s arrival Sunday. Erdogan himself plans to travel across Turkey’s remote northeast Monday in a seeming snub of Washington’s top diplomat. Blinken’s talks with Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan were set to be packed with problems even before Israel launched a relentless bombing and expanding ground campaign aimed at eradicating Hamas. The war threatens to have broad repercussions on Washington’s relations with Turkey – a Nato member with a muscular foreign policy and stakes in conflicts across the Middle East. Washington is anxious to see Turkey’s parliament finally ratify Sweden’s stalled drive to join the US-led Nato defence organisation. The United States has also been tightening sanctions against Turkish individuals and companies that are deemed to be helping Russia evade sanctions and import goods for use in its war on Ukraine. And Ankara is upset that Congress is holding up the approval of a deal backed by US President Joe Biden to modernise Turkey’s air force with dozens of US F-16 fighter jets. Turkey further has longstanding reservations about US support for Kurdish forces in Syria that spearheaded the fight against Islamic State group jihadists - but which Ankara views an offshoot of banned PKK militants. Blinken‘s visit follows a whirlwind tour of the Middle East that included an unannounced visit to the West Bank for talks with Palestinian Authority president Mahmud Abbas on Sunday. The US diplomat has been facing a chorus of Arab calls to support an immediate ceasefire. Israel says it could accept a humanitarian pause to allow in additional shipments of aid once Hamas frees the hostages. Blinken has supported the Israeli position while trying to assure regional players that Washington is focused on relieving humanitarian suffering. Erdogan said on Sunday it was “Turkey’s duty” as a supporter of an independent Palestinian state to immediately stop the violence. He said Ankara was “working behind the scenes” with regional allies to secure an uninterrupted stream of humanitarian aid into Gaza. But he has cut off contacts with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and called back Ankara’s ambassador to Israel in protest. Erdogan has also accused the west of double standards and losing its moral authority. “Those who shed crocodile tears for the civilians killed in the Ukraine-Russia war are now quietly watching the killing of thousands of innocent children,” Erdogan said last month.
Jordan airdrops medical supplies to Gaza hospital
Jordan has airdropped a medical aid package to a hospital in Gaza , King Abdullah II has said in a post on X, formerly Twitter.
Jordan neighbours the West Bank and is home to many Palestinian refugees. The king’s wife, Queen Rania, was born to Palestinian parents and has been outspoken in her criticism of Israel in the conflict.
Our fearless air force personnel air-dropped at midnight urgent medical aid to the Jordanian field hospital in Gaza. This is our duty to aid our brothers and sisters injured in the war on Gaza. We will always be there for our Palestinian brethren pic.twitter.com/HOWI2VL7hL — عبدالله بن الحسين (@KingAbdullahII) November 5, 2023
The US news website Axios reported that the airdrop was done in conjunction with the Israeli military.
Given Israel’s blockade and intense bombardment of the strip it is hard to imagine it could have been done otherwise.
Jordan’s military said in a statement that the medical supplies were dropped via parachutes from a Jordanian Air Force plane, according to Axios.
Aid has been trickling into the territory via the Rafah border crossing with Egypt but the UN has said it is woefully inadequate for what is needed. Israel has cut off water, fuel and medical supplies to Gaza even as thousands of civilians are killed and injured in its attacks.
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Jordan says it has airdropped medical supplies to a Gaza hospital overnight as Israel cut off communications in the territory on Sunday and stepped up its bombardments once again. The Israeli military said it had cut the strip in two late Sunday and Israeli media reported that the army was expected to enter Gaza City within the next 48 hours.
Meanwhile US secretary of state Antony Blinken is in Turkey on Monday, as he continues his lightning round of diplomacy in the Middle East in a bid to contain the conflict and push for humanitarian pauses in the fighting to allow aid into Gaza.
He is due to meet Turkey’s foreign minister, Hakan Fidan, in Ankara a day after hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters tried to storm an air base that houses US troops in southern Turkey.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan himself plans to travel across Turkey’s remote northeast Monday in an apparent snub of Washington’s top diplomat.
In other developments:
Gaza was rocked by a series of huge explosions on Sunday evening and communications with the coastal strip were cut, as violence also escalated on Israel’s northern boundary with Lebanon . The strikes on Gaza came as the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) indicated that its troops were planning to enter Gaza in force perhaps within the next 48 hours, according to reports in Israeli media.
Israel stopped firing in northern Gaza for several hours two days in a row to create safe passage for civilians to move to the south, a military spokesperson told CNN on Sunday , amid pressure for a humanitarian pause. “Yesterday and today, for many hours with prior notice and warning, we facilitated, we stopped firing in certain areas of northern Gaza, which is the main combat area, and we called on Palestinians to move south,” Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus said.
US secretary of state Antony Blinken made a surprise visit to Iraq on Sunday following his earlier trip to the West Bank and a brief stop in Cyprus. Iraq’s prime minister, Mohamed Shia al-Sudani, met the US secretary of state, the premier’s office said, according to Agence France-Presse. It comes as American forces in the region face a surge of attacks by Iranian-allied militias in Iraq and elsewhere. US forces shot down another one-way attack drone on Sunday that was targeting American and coalition troops near their base in neighbouring Syria, a US official said. In the West Bank, neither Blinken nor Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas spoke as they greeted each other in front of cameras and their meeting ended without any public comment.
Blinken met the president of Cyprus, Nikos Christodoulides, on Sunday to discuss a maritime aid corridor from the island to Gaza . Their conversation included “a dedicated, one-way maritime corridor of sustained flow of humanitarian aid from Cyprus to civilians in Gaza”, Cyprus government spokesman Konstantinos Letymbiotis said.
A senior Israeli cabinet minister on Sunday called on Benjamin Netanyahu to retract a comment he was reported to have made about the need to check if a pre-war protest among army reservists pushed Hamas to carry out its attack last month. Israel’s Channel 12 and other news outlets reported that Netanyahu said there may be a need to examine whether months of protests against his government, including by reservists who said they would no longer report for regular duty, added to Hamas’ motivation to carry out the 7 October rampage through southern Israel that triggered the current war. Benny Gantz, who joined Netanyahu’s war cabinet from the opposition as part of an emergency government, said Netanyahu must retract his comment. “Avoiding responsibility and slinging mud at the time of war is a blow to the country,” Gantz wrote on social media platform X.
The leaders of the UN’s major humanitarian agencies as well as international charities have called for an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire” in Gaza, calling the situation “horrific” and “unacceptable” in a rare joint statement . While condemning the Hamas attack of 7 October, the agency head said: “The horrific killings of even more civilians in Gaza is an outrage, as is cutting off 2.2 million Palestinians from food, water, medicine, electricity and fuel.”
In a new interview with CNN, Jordan’s Queen Rania criticised Israel’s evacuation orders to Palestinians living across the Gaza Strip. She said: “ The evacuation orders are sent online or on television, knowing that there’s no electricity in Gaza since the beginning of this war … [They], I do not believe, are for the benefit of the Gaza civilians. They are not the target audience, the rest of the world is. It is Israel’s attempt to try to minimise their actions.”
A total of 48 installations belonging to the UN agency for Palestinian refugees have been damaged across Gaza since 7 October. In an update released on Sunday, UNRWA added that nearly 1.5 million people have been displaced across Gaza since the war broke out nearly a month ago.
Hezbollah said it fired multiple grad rockets at the northern Israeli town of Kiryat Shmona on Sunday, in retaliation for an Israeli strike in south Lebanon that it said had killed a woman and three children, Reuters reported. In a statement, the Lebanese militant faction said its attack came in response to Israel’s “heinous and brutal crime”. Three children and their grandmother were killed in the Israeli strike, a Hezbollah lawmaker from the area said, calling the attack “a dangerous development” that would have repercussions. “The enemy will pay the price for its crimes against civilians,” lawmaker Hassan Fadlallah told Reuters, adding that the children were aged between eight and 15.
The average Palestinian in Gaza is living on only two pieces of bread every day, according to a UN official. Associated Press reports: “The average Palestinian in Gaza is living on two pieces of Arabic bread made from flour the United Nations had stockpiled in the region, yet the main refrain now being heard in the street is ‘Water, water’, the Gaza director for the UN agency for Palestinian refugees said Friday.”
Palestinian telecoms firm Paltel said that Israel has once again cut internet and phone lines across Gaza on Sunday night. Paltel said in a statement: “We regret to announce the complete shutdown of communications and internet services in Gaza after the Israeli side disconnected the servers.” Shortly after the blackout, Israel launched an intense bombardment on Gaza and other nearby zones in the north of the strip. The blackout was confirmed by connectivity monitor NetBlocks.
The UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) has issued an appeal for urgent expanded access to Gaza as food supplies run “dangerously low”. In a statement on Sunday, WFP head Cindy McCain said: “Right now, parents in Gaza do not know whether they can feed their children today and whether they will even survive to see tomorrow.”
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Her 'Think Later' tour will visit Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand
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Tate McRae is on tour. She has scheduled her 2024 dates and will appear across the Western world in the USA , UK and Ireland , Germany and Oceania to name a few.
The tour commences April 17th 2024 in Dublin at the 3Olympia Theatre and will conclude in New Zealand on November 21 in Wellington, marking a nine month journey around the globe.
She's known for singing 'You Broke Me First' and ''Greedy', and she has 47.8m monthly listeners on Spotify. Her most viral song has 1.2bn streams proving her popularity to audiences.
In order, she will tour in: Ireland, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Czechia, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, the USA, Australia and New Zealand.
The tour will help promote her 'Think Later' studio album which will debut on December 8, 2024.
How to order tickets?
Tickets to the performances of the 20-year-old music star will be administered and distributed by Ticketmaster and can be found at two links: ticketmaster.com and ticketmaster.co.uk (British fans).
Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on November 10 for UK and USA audiences whilst Australian and New Zealanders will need to wait until 15:00 local time on November 14.
How to book presale tickets?
US fans can book through American Express cardmembers on November 7, 2023 and it will be available through Ticketmaster. Use your AmEx card to make the purchase.
UK fans will be able to access presales on November 8. 2023.
Australian and New Zealand fans will be able to purchase presales on November 13, 2023.
Dates, locations and venues:
Below is a complete list of the tour to the date of writing.
UK and Ireland leg:
- 17-18 April - Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre - Ireland
- 20 April - Glasgow, O2 Academy - UK
- 23 April - London, Eventim Apollo - UK
- 24 April - Manchester, O2 Apollo - UK
- 26 April - Wolverhampton, The Civic at The Halls Wolverhampton - UK
- 28 April - Cologne, Palladium - Germany
- 29 April - Amsterdam, AFAS Live - Netherlands
- 30 April - Antwerp, Lotto Arena Antwerpen - Belgium
- 2 May - Stockholm, Annexet - Sweden
- 3 May - Oslo, Spektrum - Norway
- 4 May - Frederiksberg, Falkonersalen - Denmark
- 6 May - Hamburg, Sporthalle Hamburg - Germany
- 7 May - Berlin, Verti Music Hall - Germany
- 8 May - Karlín, Fórum Karlín - Germany
- 10 May - Warsaw, COS Torwar - Poland
- 12 May - Zurich, Halle 662 - Switzerland
- 13 May - Vienna, Gasometer - Austria
- 14 May - Munich, Zenith - Germany
- 16 May - Milan, Fabrique - Italy
- 17 May - Paris, Zenith - France
- 20 May - Barcelona, Sant Jordi Club - Spain
- 21 May - Madrid, Palacio Vistalegre - Spain
- 22 May - Lisbon, Coliseu de Lisboa - Portugal
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- 11 July - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre
- 14 July - Phoenix, AZ - Arizona Financial Theatre
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- 19 July - Houston, TX - 713 Music Hall
- 20 July - Irving, TX - The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
- 21 July - Rogers, AR - Walmart AMP
- 24 July - Cincinnati, OH - The Andrew J Brady Music Center
- 28 July - Sterling Heights, MI - Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
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- 6 August - Nashville, TN - Ascend Amphitheater
- 7 August - Indianapolis, IN - Everwise Amphitheater
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- 16 August - Raleigh, NC - Red Hat Amphitheater
- 17 August - Atlanta, GA - Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
- 22 August - New York, NY - Madison Square Garden
Australia and New Zealand leg:
- 8 November - Red Hill, Australia
- 10 November - Brisbane, Australia
- 13 November - Moore Park, Australia
- 15 November - Hindmarsh, Australia
- 17 November - Melbourne, Australia
- 19 November - Auckland, New Zealand
- 21 November - Wellington, New Zealand
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‘Danger to life’ warning issued in UK with Storm Ciarán approaching
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Storm Ciarán is nearly here – and the UK is being told to brace itself for heavy rain and blistering wind that poses a ‘risk to life’.
The Met Office has issued a flurry of yellow weather warnings today – mainly across England ’s south coast – on top of two amber alerts for tomorrow.
While yellow weather warnings are the lowest forecasters can issue – so ‘some disruption’ is expected – amber means there is a ‘potential risk to life’.
Follow Metro.co.uk’s live blog for latest Storm Ciarán updates.
Portsmouth and the surrounding area will likely see travel disruption from 5am to 9am today as a yellow rain and wind warning is in place. Brief power cuts are also expected.
Two other yellow warnings from 9pm to 11.59pm for ‘ very strong and potentially damaging winds ’ blanket most of England’s South West, South and South East (London included), and southern Wales.
The warning for the northwesterly winds also includes the coast of the East of England, with the Met Office warning of flying debris that could pose a danger to life.
Gales blowing at up to 85mphs and torrential rainfall are slated for tomorrow, with the most exposed English Channel coastal spots bearing the brunt.
Two amber alerts for powerful winds across the region warn of power cuts, debris hurtling in the air, damage to buildings, travel chaos and intense waves lashing coastal homes and blowing debris onto shorelines.
The national weather service said: ‘It will stay unsettled and, at times very windy, over the coming days.
‘This unsettled period peaks with Storm Ciarán, which crosses southern UK on Thursday.’
Yellow warnings are in place from Wednesday and Friday.
Across the UK, the Environment Agency has issued more than 27 flood warnings , meaning floods are ‘expected’, as well as 114 flood alerts.
The Met Office deputy chief meteorologist, Chris Almond, said: ‘Winds associated with Storm Ciarán are likely to gust to 80mph along the south coast of England, with a small risk of somewhere exposed seeing 90mph, and winds could even gust up to 50 or 60mph farther inland.
‘This deep, low-pressure system will also bring heavy rain to much of the UK, but the heaviest rain is expected in southern and western areas, with 20 to 25mm quite widely across the region but up to 40 to 60mm potentially over higher ground.
‘Heavy and persistent rain will fall on to the already saturated ground, bringing a risk of further impacts such as flooding in areas that are already struggling to clean up from the heavy rainfall we have seen over the last week or so.
‘There are possible gusts of 80 to 90mph in some exposed southern areas. It’s probably quite a nasty storm, this one.’
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First time cruisers here. We will be going on a 12 nighter Bali to Singapore in Jan 2025.
So far we have had quotes from Hays , Trailfinders, and Planet Cruise . The difference between
Hays and Trailfinders is 1300.00 for very similar offerings. The flights will be end of December and Planet Cruise have advised they cannot quote for packages including flights for this date due to volatility in prices around that time of year. However they have quoted for the same cruise three weeks later and they are near to Hays in price. we are wondering why Trailfinders may be so cheap and if anyone has any experience booking with either and did you find that there were much cheaper in price but not in quality
We have noted deposit for Hays is 300.00 GBP and Planet Cruise 700.00 GBP and Trailfinders £1000 GBP
We are aware that the flights are not yet available so will have to take what is offered when they are . Could it be that Trailfinders will be giving us worse flights . We dont mind spending more for a better experience. RIght now there is nothing between these companies except price
Any thoughts, let us know
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Our trip, starting and ending in Edinburgh and looping through the Highlands with an emphasis on the Isle of Skye, Inverness, and Speyside, was very enjoyable, much to the credit of our travel agency. We were awed by the sheer beauty of the Highlands, the warmth and friendliness of the Scottish people, and the country's fascinating historical sites. Our culinary experience was outstanding, with a variety of traditional dishes and contemporary cuisine prepared by world-class chefs. As could be expected, distillery visits gave us an opportunity to enjoy a range of whiskey flavors and styles.Jane, the owner of the travel agency, was accommodating in creating the ideal itinerary, finding superb lodging and dining experiences for us, and helping us through last-minute bookings due to a flight cancellation. Our driver/guide was personable, knowledgeable, timely, and professional. He entertained us with amusing Scottish lore, local and regional information, and eagerly adjusted the itinerary as needed to suit our personal tastes and interests.
Neil's Travel Agency
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The trip was wonderful and the support from the travel agency was unstinting. From the first day, they were quickly responsive and continually exceeded our expectations. We had no hiccups along the way, so we didn't need to call on them during the trip, but I am confident they would have sorted any issue that arose. Their reputation was reinforced by our guide in Bath, who said they were a great company to work with and emphasized that anybody who "picked up the phone" would provide the high level of service we'd experienced.
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Generally speaking, this travel agency is a very good advisor. The best part is their app, which updates every day during your travels. Thanks to the app, I could easily reach our hotels and our drivers. The communication between the representatives always was great.We stayed in four different properties during our trip and three of them were just spectacular. The only hotel that did not meet our expectations was the one in Bordeaux. It was very old and not well maintained, and the location was not great either. On top of that, the air conditioning in our room was broken with 95° heat. We didn't sleep all night, but the next morning, the manager sent us a bottle of champagne with a letter of apology.
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Aeneas' Travel Agency
This was an extraordinary travel agency to work with. Michael (in the US) was my first contact and he really understood what I was looking for and definitely delivered. Our trip itinerary to Scotland ticked off every wish-list point we requested and more. The guides were each different, interesting, professional, and knowledgeable. One of the team members (who is in Scotland) went beyond the call of duty when our connecting flight was canceled, and although the agency didn't book our flights, at 7am he received my email needing assistance and immediately solved our flight problem. He suggested we fly into another airport rather than the original destination (we wouldn't have known to do that) and changed the driver to pick us up at the new airport.
Anne Marie's Travel Agency
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Anne Marie and the team at the travel agency were a joy to work with. They were warm, and knowledgeable, and designed a unique itinerary that matched and in many cases exceeded our expectations for the trip. We found the team extremely organized and communicative, which meant we felt well-supported when unexpected circumstances popped up. Our itinerary included a couple of guided experiences and the team is careful in selecting guides. The guides had nothing but praise about collaborating with Anne Marie and her team. Two standouts included our driver/guide and our Boroughs Market Guide – they were an absolute delight!
Tom's Travel Agency
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Julie at this travel company helped us to plan a wonderful vacation to Ireland and Scotland. She responded quickly in the initial planning process and to any concerns we had during the trip. All of the hotel choices were in perfect locations. The majority were comfortable, sometimes superb, and suited our needs. Julie chose an itinerary which matched our desires. We would happily recommend our travel agency to anyone planning a trip to Ireland and Scotland.
Jeff's Travel Agency
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The travel agency gave my sister and me the most fabulous trip to immerse ourselves in our Scottish heritage. It exceeded our expectations. I'm sure my sister will join me in saying that it was worth every penny and more. We booked a private tour with just ourselves and our guide/driver. Every day was a rich experience and full of information and activities.From the beginning, my sister and I knew what we wanted to do and see, primarily to experience our Scottish heritage and to see our castle on the Isle of Mull. The travel agency listened to what we wanted and supplied not only that, but much more, adding to the enjoyment and increased knowledge of Scotland and its history. Our guide was a constant source of information that made Scotland come to life for us. She told us Scottish stories, laughed with us, and made our time together a complete joy. I must say that our guide made the trip for us. Nobody could have been better!
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We enjoyed our trip immensely and felt the itinerary was fascinating. Two of our guides, who took us to D-Day beaches and Rouen, were top-notch! However, our guide for St. Michel and Honfleur and Etretat was very, very disappointing. The drivers were excellent and very prompt. Our contact person at the travel agency was very pleasant and easy to deal with before the trip.
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Hundreds of UK travel companies sell package holidays, but you have to find the right one to turn your next escape into the trip of a lifetime. Here are ten tour operators whose expertise, advice and support you can rely on. Each has features that make them stand out, catering to different travel styles, budgets, and preferences, whether you crave a classic two-week beach break in the Med or a meticulously planned tour of Central America in search of the black-mandibled toucan.
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Jet2holidays is now the UK’s largest tour operator and has won awards for its excellent service at reasonable prices. It refunded customers quickly during the pandemic, has promised not to apply surcharges this year and, unlike many fly-and-flop merchants, includes hold luggage in its headline prices. It has beach holidays in two to five-star hotels in 65 destinations across the Mediterranean, Canary Islands and other corners of Europe, from ten UK airports, as well as city breaks.
Try this: Seven nights’ all inclusive at the four-star Landmar Costa Los Gigantes in Tenerife on June 19 starts at £994pp, based on two adults sharing, including baggage allowance, flights and transfers.
Inntravel was pioneering slow travel long before it became mainstream. It specialises in self-guided walking, cycling and cross-country snowshoeing holidays, which come with minutely detailed trip dossiers and work with a network of small, locally owned hotels and guesthouses. Many of its holidays are also designed with rail travel from London.
Try this: Journey by Rail Along the Camino de Santiago in Spain . Perfect for those who don’t have the fitness or 30 days spare to do this section of the journey on foot, it includes stays in five cities en route including Burgos, where you’ll find El Cid’s tomb, and Monforte de Lemos, built around a fortress, which now houses a stunning parador where Inntravel customers stay. Nine nights’ B&B and rail travel start from £1,105pp, based on two sharing.
3. Jules Verne
Jules Verne runs escorted tours and cruises worldwide, from Croatia to Cuba , and is great for solo travellers who aren’t necessarily looking for trips especially for singles, but do want holidays that don’t involve paying a swingeing supplement if they don’t want to share a room. The group size on each tour is typically about 15 and nearly 40 per cent are travelling solo. More than half of its escorted tours have departures where no single supplement applies.
Try this: The Golden Road to Samarkand escorted tour of Uzbekistan has no single supplements on selected dates as well as solo departures. Eleven nights’ half board and flights starts at £2,495pp.
Owned and managed by the same family for more than 50 years, this is your go-to for lesser-known/undiscovered Greece and its islands ( Cyprus , Portugal and the Azores , Scandinavia and Latin America are also in its portfolio). Forget glitzy and soulless all-inclusives, it specialises in value-for-money small hotels and resorts as well as villas with pools and its holidays are brilliant for getting under the skin of a destination.
Try this: New for 2023 are the two-bedroom Anthilia Cottages in Sivota on Greece’s Epirus coast. They’re a ten-minute walk from the village and beaches and seven nights’ self-catering costs from £709pp, including flights and transfers.
A trip to Japan is top of many people’s wishlist but to make the most of it you need a specialist tour operator with impeccable attention to detail. InsideJapan has this in spades, offering group tours and self-guided trips that come with an indispensable, personalised “bible” of tips and advice. All of its team have have had years of experience living, working and travelling in Japan, and know all the best spots, whether you want to see cherry blossom or hunt down the best manga stores in Tokyo .
Try this: The 14-night Gastronomic Adventure is a whistle-stop tour of all the best food and culture hotspots across Japan and starts at £3,060pp, based on two travelling and excluding flights.
Trailfinders has specialised in round-the-world tickets and multi-city flights for more than 50 years and now provides everything from tropical fly-and-flops to city breaks and escorted tours; while it has an online presence, you have to ring to book and will always get a bespoke deal. It really came into its own during the pandemic because of its finance model: it ring-fences customers’ money in a separate account, so could refund quickly.
Try this: The Worldwide Explorer around-the-world package includes flights and five nights’ accommodation (room only) on a route from London that includes Singapore , Sydney and San Francisco and starts at £1,379pp, based on two travelling.
7. Pura Aventura
If you’re keen to go green, Pura Aventura, a Brighton-based tour operator, is certified B Corp and tailor-makes holidays away from the crowds to Latin America, Spain and Portugal. It donates one per cent of its revenue to fund a rural reforestation development project in Nicaragua and carbon balances every holiday by 160 per cent (a mile for every kilometre travelled) so that customers can travel “positive”.
Try this: Classic Costa Rica Away From the Crowds swaps the tourist trail for lesser-known routes in Costa Rica and starts at £4,900pp, based on two sharing, including 17 nights’ B&B, some meals, transfers and activities.
8. Abercrombie & Kent
If insider access is your thing, A&K, which specialises in top-notch hyper-bespoke holidays, operates on the “it’s not what you know but who you know” principle and has a bulging little black book. In business for more than 60 years, it’s particularly strong on Africa, whether you want a super luxe small-boat Nile cruise or a private safari — but with 55 offices in 30 countries, its reach is worldwide.
Try this: A&K’s Cultural Treasures: Around the World by Private Jet departs on May 6 and includes everywhere from the Taj Mahal and Abu Dhabi ’s modern wonders to a Sicilian wedding party and the Bhutan’s tshechu festival. It costs £120,800pp.
A key marker of Kuoni’s reliability is that honeymoons and special occasions make up a quarter of its business; it’s also strong on family holidays. All of its trips are tailor-made and it was one of the best travel companies for refunds during the pandemic. It sells holidays worldwide, including a strong European programme ranging from Malta to Montenegro , and while it’s premium, it’s not all top end — there’s now a broader range of resorts in the Maldives , for example. It’s hot on sustainability, fair employment rights and animal welfare (elephant rides have been removed entirely from its tours), and a big plus for those who’d rather chat in depth about their trip face-to-face is that it has 30 stores across the UK.
Try this: Kandolhu is a tiny idyll in the Maldives that’s exclusive to Kuoni. Seven nights’ all-inclusive, plus flights and transfers, starts at £3,899pp.
10. Audley Travel
An expert in highly personalised, tailor-made private tours, Audley offers trips to more than 80 destinations. Its USP is a team of specialists who’ve all travelled extensively in their regions, returning each year, so they can curate trips that are out of the ordinary. You can expect the best local guides and stays in interesting hotels, homestays and lodges.
Try this: An eight-night Highlights of Canada ’s west self-drive trip, with bear, moose and elk spotting in Banff and Jasper National Parks, starts at £2,645pp, including flights, stays in hotels and B&Bs, and car hire.
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“Wind and rain warnings associated with Storm Ciarán are in force from Wednesday night onwards into Friday, with further updates possible on Wednesday. These include amber warning for winds for southwestern parts of England and Wales Thursday early hours and morning and the far south and southeast of England Thursday daytime and early evening. Storm Ciarán is expected to bring very strong along southern coastal areas of England in particular where gusts of 70 to 80mph are possible, gusts perhaps exceeding 85 mph in the most exposed locations. Further inland, gusts could reach up to 50 or 60mph.
“As well as strong winds, this deep low pressure system will bring heavy rain to many parts of the UK. Much of southern England and south Wales, as well as parts of north Wales, northeast England, southeast Scotland and perhaps the east of Northern Ireland look to see the wettest conditions between Wednesday evening and Friday morning. 20-25 mm of rain may fall quite widely, with 40-60 mm possible over higher ground. Some parts of south Wales and southwest England may see 80 mm of rain. This rain will fall on already saturated ground, bringing the risk of flooding.
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“It is important to plan ahead for your journey during Storm Ciaran, and if weather conditions become challenging, adjust your driving behaviour and take extra care. National Highways reminds motorists to keep TRIP in mind ahead of journeys at this time of year – Top-up: oil, water, screen wash; Rest: rest every two hours; Inspect: Inspect tyres and lights and Prepare: check your route and the weather forecast.”
Kate Marks, flood duty manager at the Environment Agency, said: “Significant surface water flooding is possible but not expected in the South East of England today and minor river flooding impacts are probable. Further significant flooding impacts are possible from Wednesday through to Friday in response to rain from Storm Ciaran.”
“We advise people to stay away from swollen rivers and urge people not to drive through flood water as just 30cm of flowing water is enough to move your car.
“People should check their flood risk, sign up for free flood warnings and keep up to date with the latest situation at https://www.gov.uk/check-if-youre-at-risk-of-flooding and follow @EnvAgency on X, formerly known as Twitter, for the latest flood updates.”
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Whether you are planning a staycation, holiday, getaway, or vacation in the UK, it is important to find the best UK travel agent. While technology has made it easy to book flights and holiday homes online, you still need a travel agent to make your vacation or holiday booking process and management as seamless as possible. The top 10 travel companies uk will handle all your travel needs, customize your holiday package, and guarantee you peace of mind, as most of them are ATOL protected. If you’re unsure which travel agent to use, this article will list the top 10 UK travel agents.
British Airways is the UK’s largest holiday company. The company enjoys a global airline network that offers cheap flights and irresistible deals to unforgettable destinations. But why book your holiday with British Airways Holidays?
Besides the global coverage, the company is a member of ABTA and IATA . In addition, British Airways is ATOL protected, which provides cover for all travelers in case the worst should happen. The company also offers some of the best holiday packages, including city breaks and all-inclusive holidays. Booking is also easy through their website or app, and they offer excellent 24hr support.
Expedia is a leading travel agent globally, and helps travelers with everything from planning, to booking flights and accommodation, as well as assisting in renting cars, and much more. The website supports over 40 languages, which attracts bookings from right across the world. The company covers every aspect of traveling and holidaying, making Expedia a one-stop-shop for travelers to get the best holiday deals.
As you would expect with best travel agents uk, they are a member of IATA, and enjoy ATOL protection. In addition, customers say that they offer some of the best holiday packages on the internet. We especially liked their booking app, as well as their reward program, which was set up to thank their loyal clients, and customers can save even more money with this program, so it is certainly worth checking out.
Easyjet Holidays is a subsidiary of EasyJet Plc, a British Low-cost Airline operating domestic and international flights to over 75 destinations and 10,000 hotels throughout the world. Their global coverage and access to many accommodation facilities make them a leading UK travel agent.
When you book your vacation with EasyJet Holidays, you will have peace of mind knowing they are a member of ABTA and they enjoy ATOL protection. Easyjet holidays offer various cheap holiday packages, including city breaks, all-inclusive holidays, villa holidays, summer holidays, adult holidays, and much more. Most importantly, you can browse and book online using their app.
Love Holidays is a fast-growing Uk travel agent that was launched in 2012. The agent offers great all-inclusive holiday packages from short to long-haul destinations. Whether you need an all-inclusive retreat, or an exotic beach holiday, this company will make it happen – without breaking the bank.
Besides being famous for their affordable packages, Love Holidays is a member of IATA and enjoys ATOL protection. Their website is setup in such a way that you can search based on your budget, temperature, and star rating. This ensures you get the perfect package based on your budget and needs. They also have a mobile application where you can book and manage your bookings.
On The Beach Holidays
On the Beach Holidays is an online travel agent uk specializing in short and medium-haul combinations of ‘Flight plus Hotel’ holiday deals to Europe. The company expanded internationally in 201, and shows no sign of stopping. We feel it is a top online travel agent, since it caters for both travelers and various 3rd party suppliers of flights, transfers, and accommodation.
The company enjoys ABTA and ATOL protection, which allows you to protect your cheap holiday packages. They are the best if you are booking holiday villas and city breaks, as well as for affordable family holidays.
TUI UK Group is a leading global tourism group with over 1600 agencies, 5 airlines, 150 aircraft, and over 400 hotels worldwide. The company caters to all tourism needs in one location, enabling them to cater to over 27 million customers in their 180 regions per year. They have a very accessible and user friendly app, where you can browse and plan your next holiday with ease. With their broad coverage, and being ABTA, and ATOL protected, you are assured of a fantastic experience with this travel company.
Southall Travel Group is among the largest travel agents in the UK. The agent operates both physical and online bookings. They offer 24/7 support, and you are guaranteed to get the best deals on flights, accommodations, last-minute holidays, city breaks, and much more. In addition, the company enjoys ATOL protection and is a member of ABTA. Whether you want a luxury holiday, safari holidays, family holidays, or cheap holidays, they never disappoint and will match your needs to a package you can afford.
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The company is a subsidiary, and is a UK-based online travel agency. The agents’ holiday packages are about giving the best value. They have holiday packages to suit every budget and need. Whether you’re looking for city getaways, adult holidays, family vacations, or group retreats, you are guaranteed to find a holiday package that meets your specific needs. Besides allowing package customization, they also boast ATOL protection and membership to ABTA.
As of 2018, Jet2Holidays was the second-largest tour operator in the UK. This UK travel agent overs value for money holiday deals to destinations across Europe, and beyond using a network of 9 UK airports. They have a huge selection of accommodation (from 2 star to 5 star), with various holiday packages catering for family holidays, luxury retreats, adult holidays, and all-inclusive holiday deals. They offer 24/7 support, and enjoy ATOL protection besides offering secure and globally recognized payment systems.
Sykes Cottages is a leading independent holiday cottage rental company with over 25 years of experience. They have over 16,000-holiday homes across England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Whether you need small luxury cottage for a couple, or accommodation for 20+ people, they have it all! At Sykes Cottages, there is something for everyone. The company also offers 24/7 support, and most of their cottages are pet-friendly, which is a plus for pet lovers. Using their mobile app or website, you can browse and book your ideal holiday cottage and make your holiday experience one to remember!
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