They’ve discovered the appalling rip off that is:
British parents taking their children to Center Parcs this half-term will be paying hundreds of pounds more than their European counterparts.
The savings on the Continent are so great that even when taking into account travel costs, families in the UK could save £667 by going to a Center Parcs in France.
And they could save £900 by going to one of the woodland retreats in Germany.
Well, actually, I think they’ve found that half term dates in Germany vary by state, and in France by region (staggered across three regions). Meaning that those countries don’t in fact have everyone in the goddam country trying to keep the kiddies occupied during the same damn week.
Good work by the Mail there: not that they recognise what they’ve found of course.