Official leading effort says city had 2,000 fewer visitors a day after attack, but is confident bookings will recover next year

The official leading the recovery effort in Salisbury following the nerve agent attack has warned that the city will not be back to normal until next summer.

Alistair Cunningham, the chair of the recovery coordination group, said experts were currently designing plans to decontaminate areas affected in the attack on the Skripals. He added that in the immediate aftermath the city had welcomed 2,000 fewer visitors each day.

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