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Helen Whatley MP
Tourism News

Helen Whately MP appointed as new Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Arts, Heritage and Tourism

11 Sep 2019

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has announced Helen Whately MP is the new Minister for Tourism, replacing Rebecca Pow MP as the new Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Arts, Heritage and Tourism.

Preparing your business for Brexit

4 Sep 2019

There are many variables which makes it difficult to predict exactly what the impact will be on the inbound tourism industry if the UK leaves without a deal. 

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Press Releases

VisitEngland steps up campaign to get young Brits to holiday at home

4 Sep 2019

VisitEngland has launched the next phase of its campaign to get more young Brits to take a short break at home with a series of new short films and images.

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Our News

Our funding for 2020/21 announced

4 Sep 2019

The Government has today given its spending review statement and DCMS has confirmed the top line figures for our funding settlement for 2020/21.

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Press Releases

Record 8.6 million Brits plan holiday at home this August Bank Holiday, bringing £2.1 billion boost to economy

21 Aug 2019

VisitEngland’s August Bank Holiday Trip-Tracker survey shows that 8.6 million Brits are definitely planning an overnight holiday trip in the UK this Bank Holiday weekend, bringing an estimated £2.1 billion boost to the economy.