The beaten-up pound fuelled a surge in Brexit tourism to the UK over Christmas, according to figures published by Worldpay on Friday. Foreign visitors spent more than £725m in British shops during December, according to the payments processor, leading to a 22 per cent swell in spending on foreign cards in the country during the month.
A year celebrating England’s literary heroes is part of a campaign to attract overseas visitors cashing in on weak pound
British mobile phone users could face bills of up to €50 for every song they stream while in the EU after Brexit, experts have warned.
European Union Commission is to make movement across European borders tougher
Despite early post-Brexit predictions of increased travel from international tourists, leisure travellers to Britain has dropped.
A surge in demand for Mediterranean holidays suggests Britons are coming to terms with a weaker pound and the threat of terrorist attacks, according to Monarch Airlines Ltd., the U.K.’s second-biggest leisure carrier.