British holidaymakers are defying the pressures of the economic crisis by overspending when they go abroad, according to a new study.
Most holidaymakers (84%) intend to take foreign currency with them on a break, with around £400-worth being taken by the average Briton, a survey found.
The shape of travel to come will be unveiled by Sir Richard Branson today when he gives an update on his space tourism plans.
A study of the cost of supermarket items has shown that self-catering holidaymakers should head to Spain and avoid Cyprus if it's value they want.
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