Tourism is a major socio-economic activity in the European Union that has traditionally been, cast as a means of promoting European identity and progressing the EU’s aims for further European economic and political integration. The decision of the UK to leave the Union has implications for all areas of socio-economic activity, including tourism. Using secondary data analysis, this paper considers how the EU’s approach to tourism may adapt after the UK has left the Union.
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