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Travel jobs at risk because of Brexit, say trade groups

Thousands of seasonal staff employed by the British travel industry who previously based themselves in EU resorts are now at risk of losing their jobs because of work permits required after Brexit, the sector is warning.

An estimated 20,000 Britons employed in the UK’s “outbound” travel industry are affected, according to ABTA, the trade group, which has flagged the prospect of “significant disruption” to tour operators this summer.

Britons focused on helping holiday makers in resorts across the EU, including operator representatives and tour guides, will be impacted by the absence of provisions in the UK-EU trade deal to facilitate labour mobility.

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