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Couple sue Royal Caribbean after falling ill with food poisoning and spending two days in quarantine during £2,000 Mediterranean cruise

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Rachael and David Willcox, from Bristol, got a gastric illness from a meal on the Rhapsody of the Seas ship, run by Royal Caribbean. They have now instructed lawyers to investigate.
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