Welsh Government pushes back on claim tourism tax could discourage visitors

By countytimes.co.uk

6 months ago


The Welsh Government has pushed back on claims by a former VisitBritain official that introducing a tourism tax could risk discouraging visitors.

At this week's Welsh Affairs Committee, centred on boosting international tourism to Wales, former VisitBritain tourism chief Anthony Pickles claimed that the tourist levy would add to "prohibitive" costs involved in visiting the UK.

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