The legislature is prepared to fly holidaymakers back to the UK if visit administrator Thomas Cook breakdown, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said.
Mr Raab told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show possibility arranging was set up to ensure nobody would be stranded.
Be that as it may, he hosed any desires for an administration salvage offer for the firm.
Priests didn’t “methodicallly step in” when organizations went under except if there was “a great key national intrigue”, he said.
Mr Raab said he would not like to undermine the salvage talks that Thomas Cook is at present directing with its greatest investor and banks at City law office Slaughter and May.
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The visit administrator’s monetary challenges have mounted over the previous year, coming full circle in a renegotiating plan in August driven by its greatest investor, Chinese organization Fosun.
Be that as it may, banks presently need the organization to raise additional assets and it could fall into organization inside days except if it finds £200m.