A week is a long time in politics. This time last week No 10 were briefing the press on the aggressive tactics planned to be deployed (if needed) by UK Prime Minister Theresa May to restore collective responsibility and rally her cabinet behind her Brexit vision.
From tapas to tech and cerveza to software, Spain is tackling a backlash from residents against the annual tide of sunseeking tourists by turning to new ways of tapping different markets, hopefully resulting in more money from fewer visitors.
The EU is quietly but surely progressing with its Brexit preparations.
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As in the UK, France’s capital and surrounding areas have enjoyed a disproportionate share of the country’s wealth, accounting for just over 30 per cent of the nation’s gross domestic product and 18.2 per cent of its population. And as in the UK, the politicians are always talking about regional development and spreading the wealth,
Brexit will have many impacts. But perhaps one of the most significant ones concerns the only physical frontier between the UK and the EU – the 499 km border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Cyprus already has a thriving tourism sector and now it is hoping to give Monaco a run for its money in efforts to extend its attractions beyond the sun and sea season.
This week is turning out to be a beast of a week for Brexit.
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