A perfect storm? How ending free movement will impact UK tourism | Executive Summary

Ending free movement impact on UK tourism
Ending free movement impact on UK tourism


When the UK leaves the European Union, Free Movement between the EU and the UK will end.  The Government is developing a new immigration policy which is due to come into force in January 2021 – current proposals include the potential for a £30,000 threshold to be imposed and only allowing ‘highly skilled’ workers to come and work in the UK.

UKinbound and Canterbury Christchurch University have produced a report on the impact these proposals will have on the UK tourism industry.

Please click the link above to download the Executive Summary.

The full report can be downloaded here.