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The president of the association of tourism boroughs in the Canaries – the AMTC – José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, has called for an urgent meeting of the association following the collapse of holiday firm Thomas Cook.

The president of the local hotel business association has played down concerns following Monday’s collapse of Thomas Cook.

The CAA has opened a website for those affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook – .

Thomas Cook has collapsed after last-minute negotiations aimed at saving the 178-year-old holiday firm failed.

The Royal Decree calling for the next General Election is due to be published tonight at midnight – the deadline for PSOE leader Pedro Sanchez to have won an investiture vote.

Dozens of Britons marched through Malaga yesterday to register their concerns about their uncertain status as Britain prepares to leave the European Union. Protesters waved Spanish, UK and EU flags, sang and gave public addresses over their concerns at the event held in Calle Larios in the city centre. The protest followed on from Brexit […]

Five people are known to have drowned this weekend in the regions waters, according to details released by emergency services. Two died in Oliva, one in Mareny de Barraquetes and two in Valencia. A sixth man – understood to be an 83-year-old man – was pulled from the water, but was saved from drowning by […]

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are to visit Gran Canaria to view the areas affected by August’s forest fires that caused widespread devastation across a large area of the island. The King and Queen will hold a meeting with the regional president and also the regional Government in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria before […]

Thomas Cook Group will meet its biggest shareholder and creditors on Sunday morning in a final attempt to piece together a rescue deal before the 178-year-old company collapses into insolvency. The company needs to secure a £200m lifeline following a demand from its lenders, or face being placed into bankruptcy proceedings in the early hours […]

Shares in travel company Thomas Cook have plummeted 20% after the firm issued a statement confirming it needed to find an extra £200m to plug a financial hole. It follows a demand by lenders to secure new standby funding on top of the £900m already raised in a proposed deal by its leading shareholder Fosun […]

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