Posted by Richard Lake, Associate
Leaving (the EU) and staying (in the UK): how Brexit has affected your summer
One of the less obvious effects of the referendum vote – and the resulting dip in the value of the pound – is the boost it’s given the UK leisure and hospitality sector. Research by Travel Weekly, the UK’s market-leading publication for the travel industry, has revealed that the number of people spending their annual summer break in the UK has gone up by 12% from 57% to 69%.
So which UK regions and cities stand to gain from the Brexit effect on holidays? And how did they vote in the referendum? Our Leisure & Hospitality team bring you the UK staycation top ten.
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