A teenager's recovery from post-traumatic stress syndrome after a holiday from hell has been hampered by the long legal battle against a travel firm.
The Sunday Sun reports that Sophie Hopper launched action against Thomas Cook 18 months ago after a sickness bug outbreak at their luxury Egyptian resort ruined their dream holiday.
Sophie, of County Durham, travelled to the resort in Sharm El Sheikh with her parents, brother and sister, as well as her uncle, aunt and cousin.
The family had visited the resort before but claim standards had fallen, with seven of the group becoming severely ill with gastric vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps.
Sophie, 18, spent four days on a drip in the hotel and when she recovered, pleaded with her mother to fly her home.
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