Wales First Minister Drakeford BANNED from tourist hotspots over ‘anti-English’ rhetoric

He said: “The present Welsh Government with their anti-tourism policies, namely the 182-day rule, the proposed tourism tax, and planned alterations to the main summer holidays, clearly show that they do not understand or care that their actions will decimate seasonal tourism businesses in Wales.

“Thirty per cent of self-catering businesses are forecast to close, with a resulting loss of 1,400 Welsh jobs.

“Is it any wonder that some operators in Welsh tourism are now holding back on any future investment in Wales?”

The Wales Tourism Alliance, which represents 6,000 tourism operators in Wales, believes the 182-day rule will force 84 percent of the country’s holiday lets to close.