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Sophie Griffiths
Editor of Travel Trade Gazette - covering news, cruise and LGBT issues 🏳️‍🌈 Proud owner of/owned by a very tubby tabby. Views my own.
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Sophie Griffiths 16h
Real mixed reactions from travel trade as to whether general election is impacting sales. Real test tho will be what happens once we know election outcome.If Tories win it's all systems go for Jan 31 Brexit(right in midst of peaks).And if it's a hung parliament,who knows?
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Angela Rayner 🌈 Dec 5
The classic sickening Tory stereotyping and prejudice l have fought against all my life. The Tories claim to support aspiration but they sneer and look down their noses at working class people, sheer arrogance, snobbery and entitlement shining through, they cannot help themselves
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 5
That. Looks. Incredible. (Not jel at all. Not one little bit).
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 5
Exactly a wk today we'll all be heading to the polls to cast our vote in the first winter election in decades. But how damaging has this election - falling right before the crucial peaks period- been for the travel industry? Has it impacted your business?
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
Replying to @Degsy_DJ
Ha. I know right - mega shocker.
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
BREAKING: Full details of sale to here. The move comes after Cox & Kings UK engaged KPMG earlier this month to find a buyer, amid concerns over the finances of its Indian parent. Read story in full here -
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
All 66 staff will be transferred across to , the operator has confirmed. Read story in full on
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
BREAKING: sold to - full story will appear shortly on
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
Replying to @ChrisStosWright
I bloody love this!!
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
Bloody brilliant.
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
Big news for next year as it reveals plans to showcase its next hybrid-powered vessel to hundreds of British trade and guests next year. UK boss has labelled the move a "game-changing opportunity" for the company -
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Women in Travel (cic) Dec 4
Good to see TTG taking a stance of this ! is dramatically increasing in the U.K. too! Our WomenReturners places vulnerable women into hospitality/travel/tourism jobs helping them rebuild their lives - happy to share more info if you are interested!
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AWTE Dec 3
This is still one of our all time, fave top videos from any of our lunches, like, EVER
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
Is that the same who had an affair yet has the audacity to argue against the teachings of relationships in school because they're not in line with "family values". His priorities are really on point aren't they.
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
🏳️‍🌈Calling all those who work with LGBTQ+ travellers! is offering readers the chance to win a trip to New York next June to meet with LGBTQ-friendly suppliers. More details here -
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Adam Bloodworth Dec 4
Replying to @TTGTravelQueen @WTTC
Shouldn't the question really be how can we find a realistic response in a shorter time-frame? (That's me saying no it's not achievable I guess)
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
This is a really important piece. At age 13, Gurung became a victim of human trafficking. She later became a founding member of to end physical & sexual exploitation of Nepalese women. Here's how travel agents can help support it-
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 4
Question: The has reiterated its aim for a 'climate neutral' tourism sector by 2050. With the climate emergency looming large this is clearly necessary - but is it achievable?
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 3
It might have been a bit quiet on the M&A front in travel over the last year, but a new report by has found record amounts of private equity cash are likely to fuel a resurgence in M&A activity within travel next year. Here's why -
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Sophie Griffiths Dec 3
Haha you def have to go next year - how good is your air guitar though? 🧐
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