Numbers up, spending downMore people are visiting the UK than ever before - but they are spending less money. Statistics from VisitBritain, the national tourism agency, show that visitor numbers are twice as high as they were 25 years ago. Yet the agency says those visitors have not increased their spending "in any significant way".Figures for 2004 show that more people are coming to Britain on business or to visit friends and relatives, but the actual amount spent on holidays rose by only 3 per cent between 1979 and 2004. Meanwhile, British...
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