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Investing in culture and cultural heritage has been included in the EU's new strategic agenda, marking the first time that such a commitment has been ... More
Arts Council England (ACE) has published a new guide to help arts and cultural organisations to prepare for a "no deal" Brexit. The guide contains ... More
There has been a mixed response to the government's immigration white paper, published last month. The document sets out proposed new laws for a post-Brexit ... More
The European Commission (EC) is calling for aquariums around the world to sign up to a worldwide coalition to fight plastic pollution. Joining forces with ... More
The government's autumn budget – the last fiscal event before the UK leaves the European Union in March – has largely ignored the leisure industry, ... More
Tourism body VisitBritain says its generated more than £1bn for Britain last – equivalent to £25 for every £1 invested in the agency by the ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
California lawmakers have unanimously approved Senate Bill 1249, the California Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, sending the bill to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk for his signature. Authored ... More
Historic properties and attractions across England experienced significant growth in visitor numbers in 2017. VisitEngland’s Visitor Attraction Trends in England 2017 report shows that, of ... More
The event of a "no-deal" Brexit decision could prove disastrous for tourism in Ireland, with the Republic's industry representative warning that it could cost the ... More
Interrail – the service which allows unlimited rail travel across Europe – has teamed with the European Union (EU) to offer 15,000 young people aged ... More
Britain’s visitor attractions are set to get a major boost, with investment into the sector topping £50m (US$70.2m, €57m) this year. In addition to significant ... More
Budget club operator Pure Gym has reached 1 million members in the UK, following a 22 per cent increase in the number of members since ... More
MoveGB
MoveGB
Record levels for Britain's inbound tourism are set to continue into 2018, after VisitBritain forecast further growth in the year ahead. According to the tourism ... More
The British government has spelt out plans to maximise the UK's heritage assets as preparations continue to leave the European Union (EU). The government’s annual ... More
Tourism minister John Glen is set to co-chair his first meeting with the Tourism Industry Council on 27 September, with the new-look body set to ... More
John Glen, Britain’s minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), has said the country’s rising tourism ... More
British exhibition designers Casson Mann will team up with Parisian architects Atelier Philéas to create a new Centre of Franco British Relations in Ouistreham, France. ... More
An open letter penned to Boris Johnson, Britain’s secretary of state for foreign affairs, has called on the minister to reconsider funding cuts which would ... More
STA
STA
A weaker pound and a number of high-profile events has contributed to UK hotels experiencing increased revenue per available room in the first six months ... More
With a weakened pound keeping British visitors away from Ireland, the country’s national tourism body has announced the appointment Julie Wakely to oversee its UK ... More
Britain’s vote to pull out of the European Union has been branded “stupid” and “one of the worst decisions ever made” by renowned architect David ... More
A weakened pound is keeping British visitors away from Ireland, halting double digit growth spurred by a weakened euro in 2016. The ongoing fallout from ... More
The European Parliament has secured €8m (US$8.7m, £6.7m) in funding for cultural projects ahead of its 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. Proposed in February ... More
The architectural firm of Norman Foster have confirmed they plan to lay off almost 100 people as a result of “uncertainty in the construction market.” ... More
While Britain's decision to leave the European Union has created a general landscape of uncertainty, the nation's tourism industry continues to break records. According to ... More
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