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‘Almost unsaleable’: slump in school trips to UK blamed on Brexit

Groups from the continent are going elsewhere, tour operators say, deterred more by passport and visa rules than the pandemic

Post-Brexit changes to Britain’s immigration rules have triggered an unprecedented collapse in bookings for school trips from the continent, organisers say, with countries such as Ireland and the Netherlands now more popular than the UK.

While the pandemic has depressed European school travel in general, the number of short-stay educational visits planned in 2022 to alternative EU destinations where English is widely spoken is significantly higher than inquiries for UK visits.

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Source: www.theguardian.com

Content Creator: Jon Henley Europe correspondent

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