N Ireland could see tax on tourism and flights slashed after Brexit, say MPs
from Belfast Telegraph
Tax on tourism and flights in Northern Ireland could be slashed once the UK leaves the EU, an influential committee of MPs said. The hospitality industry pays VAT at a rate more than twice that of competitors in the Republic of Ireland. EU law prevents member states from setting different levels of the charge for different regions. That power will be repatriated to the U.K. after Brexit.
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