Bristol is one city considering a tourism tax that would see a small levy as low as £1 on the cost of hotel room nights, as have London, Bath, Oxford and York, but the former head of its hoteliers’ association believes this would be harmful to business to be the first.

This article outlines views from the local Green Party, which proposed the idea to make up for government cuts across services that could benefit from the levy, including tourist-facing improvements such as street cleaning and policing, as well as the promotion of museums, art galleries and other attractions.

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