Thursday, 22 September 2011

Government's plan B-Turn the country into a tourist park

So the government has decided that as the country is incapable of producing growth through conventional means it has decided that the country will become a tourist park.

David Cameron is to announce later today in New York a new drive to maximise the economic potential of the London Olympic Games and use it to promote Britain abroad as a place to visit and do business.

According to the press release he will say that

the Government was determined to 'seize this unprecedented opportunity' to ensure that London 2012 delivered a 'lasting economic legacy' for the whole country, boosting investment, jobs and growth.

Tourism,adds the release, will be a key part of the campaign, with the Government aiming to attract an additional 4m visitors to the UK over the next four years. Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics.

Media and Sport Jeremy Hunt said: “With the eyes of the world on Britain in 2012, we have a fantastic opportunity to showcase everything that the country has to offer. The GREAT campaign will ensure that we make the most of London 2012 to boost tourism and business, leaving a lasting economic legacy from London’s Games.”

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