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    About 8,000 people have been evacuated as wildfires rip through Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands. The fires, which started on Saturday, are advancing on two fronts in a mountainous area of the island. Ten planes and helicopters, as well as about 700 firefighters on the ground including...Read More


  • Size of medical bill for travel insurers rises to £209m

    Travel insurers are now dealing with one new claim every three minutes typically from UK travellers needing emergency medical treatment while overseas. Some 153,000 travellers needed emergency medical treatment abroad last year - equating to 420 people every day, or one person every three mi...Read More


  • Hands-free phone ban for drivers in England & Wales 'should be considered'

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  • New car document arrives in Portugal

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  • And Portugal's most dangerous road is..........

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  • Calls for reduced toll for residents

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