The silly thing about it is that the tourist industry was hurting before the referendum as I spent 6 weeks tripping around Europe and the common cry from everyone to do with tourism was please spend more money as we had a bad winter , even in Switzerland. So I would say a lot of them will go to the wall now.
Brexit ‘Disaster’ Strikes Euro Tourist Hotspots as Pound Plunges
It’s time for prayers, Irish restaurant owner Padraic Og Gallagher says, describing the prospect of Brexit with one word: “disaster.” About 40 percent of customers at Gallagher’s Boxty House in Dublin’s tourist district, Temple Bar, come from the U.K. Now, with the pound plunging, he’s worried. “I just had the first growth in seven years and now, Oh God, do I have to go through this again?” said Gallagher, 55, who has been serving boxty, a traditional Irish potato-bread dish, in the area since 1989. “The English are the cream -- they eat, they drink, they have fun.” The worry across Temple Bar, ... (full story)