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Thomas Cook A321 lands at Bristol Airport (Photo: By Myself (Adrian Pingstone). - My own photograph, taken with a Nikon D50 DSLR., Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=33810821)

U.K. Government Looks to Change Repatriation Rules

The collapse of an airline in the United Kingdom can create multiple headaches for the U.K.’s government. Not only does the country face potentially thousands of newly unemployed citizens, the stranded passengers will need to find a way home. Under current laws in the U.K., the government will rescue stranded passengers by chartering aircraft. With the collapse of Thomas Cook last month, the U.K. government began the largest peacetime reparation of British citizens, planning to bring back 150,000 stranded citizens.…