Call for Cook inquiry
CALLS are being stepped up for a fresh inquiry into the previous government’s handling of the collapse of travel giant Thomas Cook after a study suggested most ex-employees are still out of work.
Unite said only around a fifth of the company’s ex-workers had found another job, more than three months after it went out of business.
Many who have found another job are earning less than at Thomas Cook, or were on contracts which were less family friendly, Unite said.
Thomas Cook collapsed in September