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Approved Destination Status Brief

Thursday 01 January 1970, 1:00 AM

It is hoped that in January 2005, the UK Government will sign an Approved Destination Status (ADS) agreement with China, allowing Chinese nationals to visit the UK for leisure purposes. This brief provides information on what Approved Destination Status is, the potential of the Chinese outbound market and the status of Approved Destination Status negotiations between China and Britain.

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Gambling Bill Brief

Tuesday 07 December 2004, 4:45 PM

This Bill is the first major revision of the UK’s gambling legislation in over thirty years. This brief is designed to outline the key aspects of the Gambling Bill and the concerns that some Tourism Alliance members have with the proposals as they stand.

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TA Meeting with Tourism Minister 2/11/04

Thursday 25 November 2004, 3:32 PM

On 2 November 2004, the Tourism Alliance held an Industry Breakfast Meeting with the Minister for Tourism, Richard Caborn. The notes from the meeting show how productive this meeting was with the Minister and DCMS agreeing to a range of action points that will advance the tourism agenda.

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TA 2005 Budget Submission

Thursday 25 November 2004, 1:04 PM

Tourism Alliance President, Digby Jones, has written to the Chancellor ahead of the 2005 budget outlining four issues that the Government needs to address in order for the tourism industry to achieve the £100bn revenue target set by DCMS. These issues are; further funding for VisitBritain, increasing skills in the tourism industry, reviewing Air Passenger Duty and reducing VAT differentials with other EU destinations.

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