THERESA May has insisted Brexit will boost tourism to the UK as she uncovered a £40million pot for the growth of tourism projects across the country.

The Prime Minister said the new funds would ensure parts of Britain outside London would feel the benefits of Brexit.

And she will also seek to cut restrictive licensing laws to give B&Bs the power to offer guests a welcome drink.

Mrs May said she will make sure the tourism industry – which was worth £126.9billion in 2013 – will “thrive” as part of exit negotiations from the European Union.


The money will aim to boost tourism outside of London

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