Why Britain is a Poldark nation
For some in the UK, Britain is a place where taking advantage of elites seems to make so much sense that it barely rates as a problem, writes Pilita Clark
As the lazy days of August loom, you might think travel companies across Europe are gaily waiting for swelling hordes of customers to jet off on a summer holiday.
Not in the UK. Here, the travel industry is braced for what it says is a distinctly British problem: holidaymakers returning from abroad to claim wads of compensation for being struck down by hotel food poisoning.