UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has told members of the UK parliament that ministers will to consider reforms which will mean failed airlines such as Monarch can “wind down in an orderly manner”. The announcement follows the collapse of Monarch and a £60m operation to help repatriate some of the 110,000 customers stranded abroad by the collapse of the carrier. Grayling told the House of Commons that the Government would examine any necessary reforms to ensure passengers “do not find themselves in this position again”. He added: “We need to look at all the options… whether it’s possible for airlines

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