You can’t tell from the outside the big, bold neon signs on tourist attractions that promise a chance to meet the Queen of England, but you can see how well the tourist industry is doing in the United Kingdom.
The industry, according to the latest numbers from the tourism board, earned £1.4 billion in the first quarter of 2018, a 14 percent increase from the same period in 2017.
The figures are in addition to the £3.9 billion in revenues that were generated last year.
The numbers are a big boost for the UK, which has the highest number of tourists in Europe, according a survey from the UK’s Office for National Statistics.
In 2017, UK tourism revenues totaled £3,839 billion, an increase of almost 4 percent.
The United States, which is in the midst of a tourist boom and is second to none, is on track to have the second-highest tourist industry in the world behind the UK.
The US is a major tourist destination and, like the UK is enjoying an economic boom, it is also facing a recession.
The country is projected to lose $6.5 billion in tourism revenue this year, the largest single decline since 2007.
This is the second straight year that the US is projected by the Office for Economic and Business Research to be the biggest loser, with a $3.4-billion decline.
In 2016, US tourism revenue fell 5.7 percent from the year before.
The fall has been due to the effects of the Great Recession.
The downturn in the economy has led to a drop in tourism spending, which accounts for a larger percentage of the economy than in the past.
But that is starting to reverse.
According to the Office of National Statistics, the US tourism industry is projected in 2020 to add $3 billion in revenue, the fourth-largest jump in the US economy.
The UK has been in the driver’s seat for many years now, with tourism revenue growing year over year, according the Office.
In 2020, UK revenue was expected to reach £3 billion, a 7 percent increase over the previous year.
By 2022, UK tourist revenues were expected to top £4 billion, the fifth-highest jump in recorded history.
And in 2019, UK visitor numbers reached their highest ever year, overtaking the record set in 2005.
This has helped to propel the UK economy, which was last in the top 20 countries in terms of economic growth in 2018, to a record £11.7 billion in 2020.
And that is only the start.
There is much more to tourism in the UK than just the number of visitors.
It is the culture of the country, the places that are popular, the music and arts that are a major part of the culture, as well as the architecture and the architecture is an important part of that culture.
There are some amazing cultural institutions like the National Theatre and National Library that are well worth visiting.
The city of Birmingham has been growing at a steady pace for decades and is now one of the most vibrant cities in the country.
It has a vibrant arts scene that includes an international music scene, a huge art gallery scene, and a thriving arts scene of a different type.
The British music scene is growing, and is becoming one of Europe’s top music hubs, said Michael Tusk, president of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
He said that while Birmingham is growing its population, the city has a thriving art scene.
The National Museum is also growing, with more than 100,000 works on view.
Tusk noted that while there is a great deal of investment in Birmingham, the future of the city depends on the continued investment and growth of the British economy.
And, in the long term, the growth of this city is a key factor in attracting people and keeping them in Birmingham.
If the British people stay in their homes and stay here longer, then Birmingham is the place to go.
In other words, if you want to be a part of this thriving city, you have to be part of it.
Tawney told me that the tourism boom is a good thing for Birmingham.
It’s a very, very good thing that the UK has an economy like the US.
The economy of the UK isn’t like the U.S., which is growing at an incredibly fast rate, and it’s also going through a recession, which the UK does not have.
The economic slowdown has impacted the economy and tourism, and there is an opportunity here to continue to grow the tourism industry, Tawny said.
The tourism industry also contributes to the economy in other ways, Tedd said.
Tourism generates an enormous amount of income for the local community.
The money generated in tourism is spent on food and other things that help keep our towns vibrant, he said.