Julian Jessop writes for Conservative Home

Julian Jessop, Chief Economist at the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for Conservative Home on why capping holiday prices during school holidays would be a bad idea.

In his article Julian argues that enforcing a cap on the price of holidays during school breaks would reduce the number of holidays on offer. Without the higher prices paid during peak periods, there would not be enough total revenue to cover costs throughout the year. And some new way would have to be found to decide who can take the smaller number of holidays available at times of peak demand.

Read the full article here.