Should the whole family forfeit the holiday?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Money Saving Polls
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Former_MSE_NatashaFormer_MSE_Natasha
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Money Saving Polls
Here's this week's hypothetical situation for you to cogitate on:
Should the whole family forfeit the holiday?

You book a long-awaited family holiday for four to Disneyland for £2,500 but the day before travelling you realise your eight year-old daughter's passport expired two months previously. There's no way it can be renewed in time and your insurance won't cover the mistake. Yet the other 10 year old child has always wanted to go to Disney. Do you forfeit the holiday entirely or does one parent & child still go while the others stay behind?
Click reply to have your say.

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