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  • People spending more on shorter staycations
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People spending more on shorter staycations

A summer holiday for the typical Brit used to mean hopping on a plane and spending two weeks on a beach in southern Spain. But a hangover from the recessionary mindset has seen more people going on so-called staycations – spending more on these trips than holidays abroad.

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