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Brexit Britain & other top stories you may have missed in June

Brexit Britain & other top stories you may have missed in June, (Brexit Britain & other top stories you may have missed in June)

In June the UK changed its tune with 52% of the great British public voting to leave the European Union. This makes for a slightly different Top 5

Talking technology: is this what hotel guests really want?

Talking technology: is this what hotel guests really want?, (Talking technology: is this what hotel guests really want?)

Andrew Hennigan takes a look at the growing popularity of talking technology and wonders if this is the future of hotel room interfaces

Hyatt on how to get your pricing staples right

Hyatt on how to get your pricing staples right, (Hyatt on how to get your pricing staples right)

Getting hotel rates straight sounds complicated but for Hyatt it’s about keeping it simple from the get go. Pamela Whitby reports

Uber + Toyota and more: is 2016 the year of the car?

Uber + Toyota and more: is 2016 the year of the car?, (Uber + Toyota and more: is 2016 the year of the car?)

As Toyota hires Google’s former head of robotics to lead a new Toyota Research Institute, Sally White considers what the opportunities and implications really are

How Club Med is conquering content

How Club Med is conquering content, (How Club Med is conquering content)

In a competitive and commoditised world, a household name in travel is rising to the multichannel challenge

Brexit: the view from European shores

Brexit: the view from European shores, (Brexit: the view from European shores)

In general it seems European travellers and travel executives would like to see the UK remain in the EU or - at least - think it should for its own good

Brexit: who in travel has said what

Brexit: who in travel has said what, (Brexit: who in travel has said what)

With just a week to go before referendum day, the travel industry’s response has been a mixed and muted bag of views

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