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The timing couldn't be worse. Just as many of us are preparing to jet off on our much awaited summer holiday break, the pound has taken a further tumble. Tourist exchange rates are based on how the pound trades on international money markets. Lately it hasn't been good. This week, sterling dropped to its lowest level for six months against the euro. Against the US dollar, the pound hit its lowest rate for 27 months. With uncertainty over Brexit set to continue, many market analysts are predicting further falls. Despite the gloomy prognosis, it isn't all bad news. In fact, there are still some destinations where your pound stretches further this summer than it did last year. Here we take a look at the five cheapest places to go this summer. Full story

20 July