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You can argue that you were denied boarding and as a result can seek compensation under the Flight Compensation Regulation 261/2004, which awards a maximum of up to £600 per passenger for violation of these rights. This is in addition to any direct costs you have incurred, such as the hotel expenses and loss of work. The other things you listed will not be directly compensated by law and to some extent will be covered by the initial compensation mentioned above. Anything else, is down to the airline and will be offered as a goodwill gesture for the issues you experienced, however it will not form part of any specific order by the courts, should it get that far. You can of course ask the airline to include further compensation for these but if they refuse, stick to what you can legally claim for, that being directly incurred costs and compensation as listed above.
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