TSE News Stories

TSE News Stories

Brexit - 5 million people put overseas holiday on hold

The staycation strengthens as a result of the vote to leave the EU results in the slump in the pound making overseas holidays more expensive.

TripAdvisor study charts big improvement in UK accommodation standards

The standard of hotels and B&B accommodation in Britain has improved from being one of the worse in the world to one of the best.

EU Referendum -The BHA captures views of 41 hospitality and tourism chiefs

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) in partnership with global search firm Heidrick & Struggles, captured the views of 41 hospitality and tourism chiefs at Britain's leading hospitality…

Holidays During Term Time – Government Plans to Change the Law.

Following the High Court’s decision in favour of the father who took his daughter for a holiday in term time, the Government is planning to change the law to make it even more difficult.

Tipping Consultation

The Government has now launched a consultation on tipping, gratuities, cover and service charges on the basis that the call for evidence showed that there was broad agreement that intervention was required to improve the treatment and transparency of these payments.

EU Referendum

Impacts on the UK Tourism Industry

VAT help for businesses

Whether you are new to or have already registered for VAT, HMRC is offering VAT online support.

Yunnan Province Tourism Committee Visit


On the 22nd April Nigel Smith TSE CEO and Fran Downton, International Marketing Manager met with the Yunnan tourism delegation in Mayfair London. Attendees included, Ms Liu Huibo, Yunnan Provincial Tourism Committee;…

East Hampshire TIC celebrates English Tourism Week

‘East Hampshire TIC decided to mark English Tourism Week by organizing an Open Day and tourism leaflet exchange on Friday 11th March.

Operators Discover the South East

The Tourism South East group travel team’s new operator networking event took place last month and was deemed a resounding success.

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