Cut Tourism VAT

Cut tourism VAT, boost british jobs

Friday, 02 June 2017

Election 2017 – Cut Tourism VAT Manifesto Scorecard

The Campaign to Cut Tourism VAT has released a manifesto scorecard, ranking each political party on its tourism policies ahead of the General Election on 8 June. Independent research has shown a reduction in the rate of tourism VAT to 5% will stimulate investment and consumer spending and contribute £4.6 billion to the Exchequer over 10…..Read more

Friday, 19 May 2017

Cut Tourism VAT responds to party manifestos

The Cut Tourism VAT is disappointed that none of the major parties has committed to reducing the tax on tourism which would bring the UK into line with most European countries. The Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat election manifestos are silent on the issue, although a cut in tourism VAT is Liberal Democrat policy. Plaid…..Read more

Monday, 15 May 2017

General Election Toolkit

The Cut Tourism VAT campaign has prepared this toolkit to help Cut Tourism VAT supporters engage with local politicians ahead of the General Election on 8th June. Building support among MPs is the best way to persuade the government to Cut Tourism VAT and the snap General Election is a great opportunity to engage with…..Read more

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

The view from Skegness

Chris Baron, the Resort Director at Butlin’s Skegness, shares his unique insight into why reducing tourism VAT is the most effective way of helping the UK’s coastal communities. As the Resort Director at Butlin’s Skegness for the past 17 years and having worked for the company for a total of 26 years, I am very…..Read more

Monday, 20 March 2017

Third parliamentary select committee calls for reducing Tourism VAT

A third major parliamentary select committee has come out in favour of reducing tourism VAT.   The recommendation by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee in Westminster, is another massive step in moves to make the UK tourism industry on a level playing field with its European counterparts. Dermot King, MD of Butlins and Chairman of the…..Read more

Thursday, 02 March 2017

Exiting the EU: Inbound Passengers

During the Exiting the EU: Inbound Passengers debate on the 23rd February 2017, Margaret Ritchie (Social Democratic and Labour Party) asked Chris Grayling (The Secretary of State for Transport) what discussions had taken place to reduce VAT to encourage more inbound tourists. The exchange is below. Margaret Ritchie, Social Democratic and Labour Party, South Down…..Read more

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