Those aged up to 35 - so-called British Millennials - are twice as likely to extend a work trip into a personal holiday compared to their older counterparts. When they do manage to get away on a leisure break, some travellers admit to being 'always switched on' to work whether they are close to home or on a global adventure. As many as 16% of Britons admit to regularly checking their work emails or voicemail when on holiday. This number rises to 1 in 4 for British Millennials, according to the study. Britons, who receive less annual leave than most Europeans, are more likely to grasp every opportunity for a break, by almost 10%. Get the full story at Travel Weekly UK