Travel boss: Odds are holiday prices would rise 10% post Brexit

By Vicki Owen For The Mail On Sunday 1 Published: 16:16 EST, 4 June 2016 | Updated: 16:16 EST, 4 June 2016 No free ride: Ross Marshall, with jockey Frankie Dettori, expects France to push for high tariffs if Britain votes to quit EU The entrepreneur behind a group of online travel firms including YourGolfTravel, Racingbreaks and Spabreaks, has claimed leaving the EU would force him to put up prices and could put jobs at risk.

Ross Marshall, whose Palatinate Group is expected to turn over 100million this year and which has 240 staff, said: I believe leaving would result in higher holiday prices likely over 10 per cent for flights and travel around Europe, depending on a new trade agreement, taxes and levies.

It’s a long triple-holiday-weekend in Gdańsk!

Labor Day and the anniversary of Poland’s entry into the European Union, Polish Flag Day, and the anniversary of the May 3rd Constitution; from Sunday to Tuesday (May 1-3) Poland celebrates these three important holidays.

These days on the streets of Gdansk white-red flags are displayed along the streets and in private home windows, and the city itself is illuminated in white and red.

Ings cancels holiday after England call-up

Liverpool forward Danny Ings was delighted to earn a maiden England call up even though it meant hastily changing his holiday plans.

Source: Omnisport 3 Oct 2015 – 6:33 AM UPDATED 6 HOURS AGO Ings was a regular for the England Under-21 side under Gareth Southgate as he came to prominence at Burnley last season.

Since joining Liverpool during the close season, Ings has scored twice in seven appearances across all competitions and has been rewarded for that form by national team boss Roy Hodgson.