A British couple have been jailed after making fake holiday sickness compensation claims.
Deborah Briton and partner Paul Roberts were jailed at Liverpool Crown Court after admitting fraud.
They tried to claim nearly £20,000 saying their two children fell ill on holidays to Majorca in 2015 and 2016.
Briton, who was jailed for nine months, and Roberts, who received a 15-month term, bragged about their holidays on social media, the court heard.
The pair, from Wallasey, Wirral, both admitted four counts of fraud in the private prosecution, brought by holiday company Thomas Cook.
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