ASAP completely agrees with the position adopted by the British Hospitality Association (BHA), ie a 10-year phased approach on EU immigration since European workers are such a critical part of our workforce in the serviced apartment sector in the UK.

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has sent a manifesto to the main political parties proposing that the new government should allow time for more UK workers to be hired in the hospitality sector, which is currently heavily reliant on workers from continental Europe, creating an “evidence-based approach” when setting immigration quotas to take into account the need of particular industries.

It added that tourism VAT should be cut from 20% to 5% so the UK could compete with rival travel destinations on a level playing field.

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