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Shape the future framework for tourism in the UK

VisitBritain is urging the industry to have a say as part of a strategic review by the government.   

What do you think are the main issues for British tourism that require Government action?

How should England-¬™s tourism be developed? What help you need in attracting overseas visitors?

How do you think the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will benefit you?

Have your say by registering to join one of the discussions on the forum on the British Tourism Framework Review website http://www.tourismreview.co.uk/ or by e-mailing your views to responses@tourismreview.co.uk before April 11.

Monday, March 31, 2008



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