Holidaymakers concerned by overseas terror threat

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TERROR attack fears are causing sun-seekers in the south to change their summer holiday plans, a new study has shown.

The research, by International Travel and Healthcare, found that 39 per cent of people in the south east have changed their travel plans amid concerns about overseas terror atrocities.

The nationwide study comes just weeks after security experts from Portsmouth-based Dryad Maritime told The News that residents should be ‘more vigilant’ of potential terror attacks in the city.