The UK government is set to roll out measures to tackle a plague of false insurance claims filed by British tourists who say they have suffered food poisoning while abroad.
It’s belived claims raised has cost the tourism sector in Spain over €60m.
Now UK holidaymakers have been warned by travel trade organisation Abta, those who make bogus food poisoning claims could go to prison.
The Foreign Office has also advised tourists against making any fraudulent claims.
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