We will champion grammar schools, as well as promoting engineering, manufacturing and construction training, and information technology.
Posts Tagged: Tourism
Starting with creating a designated channel for them, and continuing by heavily promoting the Registered Travellers Service.
Tourism in Sussex is being hit – an industry many poorer residents rely on.
Charlie Elphicke: How to fund and gain better border control post-Brexit. I propose a visa waiver system.
It should raise some £250 million a year – enough to increase the UK’s borders budget by 50 per cent.
Britain has many natural advantages. We should make the most of them.
Nigel Evans: Airport expansion. If prevarication was an Olympic sport, we would win the gold, silver and bronze medals
Now is the time to copy what the rest of Europe is doing and make a decision on capacity at Heathrow and Gatwick without further delay
40 per cent of the adult population is classed as inactive.
Andrew RT Davies: It’s time for change in Wales – and a government that doesn’t just focus on Cardiff
Labour’s been in charge here since 1999. That’s 16 years of the same old faces and the same tired mantra.
It rose with the recession and is now declining with the recovery. The Treasury ought to be concerned.
Theodora Dickinson: The future of the arts and tourism is a better partnership between public and private sectors
The sensible response to a time of austerity is for us to move away from unaccountable quangos and towards an entrepreneurial approach.
One nation means the poor as well as the rich being able to afford a family break.
They are expected to spend more money than ever before next year – thanks in part to a simplified visa system.
George Osborne should announce an end to Air Passenger Duty in his autumn statement.
“I love Brussels. Don’t get wrong. Beautiful place. But as a tourist venue, it doesn’t hold a candle to London. In my view.”
Cllr Jim Harker, the Conservative leader of Northamptonshire County Council, on a deal to keep the British Grand Prix in… Read more »