Thousands of passengers face continued travel chaos following the collapse of Monarch Airlines - and many are pointing the finger of blame at a familiar theme.
All Monarch flights have now been cancelled after the airline went into administration, causing the cancellation of 300,000 bookings, according to The Telegraph.
This has left roughly 100,000 British tourists stuck abroad and means 2,100 people have now lost their jobs.
The Civil Aviation Authority announced that the Government has requested that more than 30 planes are deployed to bring people back to the UK.
However, for those not affected by the chaos, it seems they have some rather strong views on the matter.
Some have blamed Brexit for the collapse of the company and even used it as a reason to call for another referendum, whilst others have said we should feel worse for those that have lost their jobs than those that cannot travel.
Take a look at the reaction below and see who you agree with