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Euro 2016: Safety risks we take on holiday revealed as fans prepare to travel

Advertisement ITV Report 27 May 2016 at 7:00am As thousands of Welsh football fans get set to head to France for the Euros, research shows almost 30% of people in the UK are more likely to take risks abroad that they wouldn’t at home.

Credit: PA The survey by law firm Slater and Gordon revealed that alcohol plays a big part as nearly half admit to drinking more abroad with a third of those who do saying they are more likely to act recklessly as a result.

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It was good to have a weekend off and while it was flooding down on the Cote d Azur, Paris was pleasant and I spent Saturday nosing around at an antique fair, finding very little except some spectacular postcards printed from glass plate negatives from the early years of the sport.

However at ‘ 25 a card, I thought this was rather excessive The F1 world has been relatively quiet after the flurry of activity resulting from the World Council, and from October 1 option dates.

I was surprised that Haas did not name Esteban Gutierrez as well as Romain Grosjean, but I guess that this will be done in the days leading up to the forthcoming Mexican Grand Prix

Pictured: British tourist killed in NZ kayak accident

A British tourist, who died along with his American friend when strong winds flipped their kayak in New Zealand, has been named as James Murphy.

The 20-year-old from London was on an expedition with 21-year-old Daniel Hollnsteiner and nine others in Lake Tekapo when the tragedy happened.

The boat reportedly overturned when the weather suddenly changed and the man fell into the water.