Seaside Towns Face Poverty As Tourism Falls

The decline of tourism in some of Britain's once thriving seaside towns has led to poverty and social breakdown, according to a report. The Centre for Social Justice examined problems in Rhyl, Margate, Clacton-on-Sea, Blackpool and Great Yarmouth, and discovered almost £2bn a year was spent on welfare payments to people of working age in these towns alone. At the peak of …

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