Ahead of the chancellor’s autumn budget statement, the Hotel Booking Agents Association (HBAA) has asked the government for more financial support to attract young people to the sector, and a reduction in tourism tax, since the UK’s VAT rate on hotel accommodations is higher than any other country in Europe.
HBAA requests tourism tax reduction ahead of autumn budget
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