Thomas Cook reveals loss of £91m

The UK's second biggest travel company, the tour operator Thomas Cook has revealed more heavy losses but also some hope because of healthy summer bookings.

The company reported a loss of £91m in the first quarter but said it had managed to hold on to market share despite the difficult trading conditions.

Travel writer Alison Rice told BBC Breakfast's Steph McGovern that there still may be room for optimism.

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