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Migrant workers in the hospitality and tourism sector and the potential impact of labour restrictions

By 2024, the hospitality and tourism industry needs to recruit 1.3 million staff. What potential impact could labour restrictions, as a result of Brexit, have on the different occupations, industries and regions across the UK?

As the hospitality and tourism sector starts thinking about the implications of Brexit and possible new labour restrictions for EU workers, our latest report sets out the key figures to inform the debate and to help the sector understand where any new restrictions are likely to have the biggest impact.

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